“Time Travel Math” is a delightful narrative that teaches kids about proportions, angles, and area. It involves two modern-day twins who go back in time to help out such artistic/engineering greats as Davinci, Escher, and Imhotep. It’s now available at http://www.prufrock.com/productdetails.cfm?PC=1413 and also features lesson plans and worksheets for young minds! © Prufrock Press, Inc.
“Time Travel Math” illustration 4. © Prufruck Press, Inc. It’s where’s Waldo in the background for famous Davinci illustrations!
“Time Travel Math” illustration 21. © Prufruck Press, Inc. New Yorkers, name that location!
“Rabbit” page 2, wherein the main character realizes that by dancing through a fairy ring, she has turned into a bunny! This story appeared in "Jeju #8," a comic zine out of Poland.
“Rabbit” page 3. I really enjoyed paying with silhouettes for the backgrounds in this piece!
“Rabbit” page 4. I love those organic panel boarders–so playful!
This ink wash illustrations was created from life outside of my apartment. I love how the highlights are done with a white-out pen!
'‘Knight and Hamster’' page 3: good old character displacement via magic mirror. More than anything, a celebration of perspective and fine lines. The city of Monstropolis, of course, belongs to the fine folks at Pixar Studios.