I use this as my avatar across my social media profiles, it's gone through a number of iterations over the years-- but the base idea has stayed the same. A clock in a pool of water, fitting my typical username "Timepool." This is the current iteration, which I've been using for about 2 years now, every holiday I like to create variants of it as well-- which you can see below.
A commissioned piece, my client asked for me to depict a "sentient rosebush in a suit of armor." One of my favorite pieces, still.
This was a personal piece, I wanted to create a surreal organic ship and practice on shading and backgrounds.
Done as a Christmas gift for a friend, who requested I do a portrait of Inosuke from Demon Slayer.
Tokens made for a D&D game I was playing at the tine, one for each player at our table.
A personal project, mostly made for use as my phone wallpaper at the time.
Ruins of Reto
I was the art lead for my team on the 2020 GMTK game jam. While, unfortunately, we did not complete our game on time-- I still have the work done to remember it by. I created a set of map tiles, and designed and animated the main character. A few animations as well as the full tile set are missing here as, frankly, the project is a bit of a sore spot for me and I did not wish to go back through my files and export larger versions of those.
It's Hot Out
Done for one of Pixeljoint's weekly challenges.
A series of floor tiles, for use in a project that is currently on the backburner. Each can be split into 4 tiles that tile seamlessly, and has various colored variants not shown here.
Liach & Zykeu
Done for a tabletop game I was overseeing, portrait of one of my players and her companion.
Area 51 Banner & Background
I made this for use as a phone wallpaper at the time.
Another phone wallpaper, I was particularly enamoured with the color palette of Luftrausers around this time and simply had to make something with it.
Made for a friend's birthday, this parodies their typical online avatar— a smiling sun.
This was made for an old group of friends, as a sort of logo— I unfortunately cannot remember much else there.
This was made to be the backdrop for a Rainmeter skin that I never completed. (The skin was never completed, the background is finished.)
A Christmas gift for a friend, a parody of their usual online avatar which is a red chocobo (a fictional creature from the Final Fantasy series.).
Done as a contest entry for Value Select's first songbook, Hymnals, which made the cut. You can find the songbook here.
Made for one of Pixeljoint's weekly challenges.
A seasonal piece, done in part to practice composition.