The Demolitions Expert from the Venture Party card game! The Drowning Scout from the Venture Party card game! There's always a bigger fish. The Naive Priest from the Venture Party card game getting rid of the teams worldly possessions. The Not So Subtle Spy from the Venture Party card game! The Pack Mule from the Venture Party card game! He has just a little too much loot slowing him down. The Berserker from the Venture Party card game, ready to rage anyone out of existence! The cover for the 2nd Life of Lydie book. I was trying to capture that the story was about bullying, but keeping the style bright and cartoony enough as to not push readers away. Lydie is excited to dive into the school year, while her friend Nora doesn't need the drama. Maybe you should watch where you're going Lydie! Lydie accidentally bumps into a girl named Avril. As a result, Avril gets angry and makes it her mission to bully Lydie. Lydie making plans with her new friend Nora to hang out over the weekend. Lydie brainstorms to try and figure out a solution to her bullying problem. My first Dorkly comic strip that I made in October 2014 about gamer relationships. A couple blindly starts Attack on Titan for the first time. What was life like before the internet? Do you remember? Superhero Movies: Then vs Now The 2nd Dorkly comic stripe that I created based on Super Smash Bros. Based on an article about neck gaiters. Assigned to me by illustrator Goni Montes. Created for my Campaign Production class. This is not an actual advertisement, but I am pleased with how well the headline, body copy, and image all work together. An invitation created in Agency class for a young artists exhibition at the Heckscher Museum. The logo for my comic book called Life of Lydie. A logo for a client in Agency class. Amanda Reilly, Erik Fox-Jackson, and myself came up with this logo in our Agency class. I recreated the CHCI logo, but the company decided not to use it. Amanda Reilly, Erik Fox-Jackson, and myself came up with this logo in our Agency class. The most fun part about this logo is that the word ZOO was so easy to manipulate. I came up with multiple ways to represent different animals in a Zoo. The most fun part about this logo is that the word ZOO was so easy to manipulate. I came up with multiple ways to represent different animals in a Zoo. This logo was used for a Dog Food ad that I created for Campaign Production. I used this logo for my Droplet bottled water advertisement. Created for a Newsletter project early on in college. No this is not a real restaurant, but I still had fun making it. A simple logo created for one of my Typography classes.

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