Pirate Character Development-illustration


Another character from the self-initiated children’s book that I am writing and illustrating. This is one of the main characters in her pirate gear. 


Pirate Illustration 

And here is the finished piece. The next installment into my children’s book. This is pen and ink with watercolor at 22″ x 30″


Pirate Illustration process


Here’s an illustration in progress for my book project that I’m working on. The earlier concepts of the pirates were worked into the composition. I’ve started the inking with pen. Once that is completed I’ll add some brush work and some watercolor on top. 


Pirate sketches


Sketches and concept drawings for my finished works. These two will make an appearance in my children’s book. 


Illustration Detail


Detail of an illustration for my self-initiated children’s book. 

Watercolor with Pen and Ink


Black Tooth Bart illustration 


A detail of a piece I’m working on for a self-initiated children’s story. 


Ratoncito Pérez

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Ratoncito Pérez
Watercolor with Pen and Ink
Pérez the Mouse is similar to the Tooth Fairy in English cultures and is almost universal in Spanish cultures. Leave your tooth under the pillow and he’ll exchange it for a gift.


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