The TARDIS is a wonderful spaceship. Well. Space and time ship. You get the idea. Anyway, one of the things I always loved about the TARDIS is that it doesn’t take the Doctor where she wants to go. The TARDIS takes the Doctor where she needs to go. And that’s pretty amazing. This piece definitely depicts the Doctor headed into danger. I tried to create the sense that this is precisely where she needs to be. If you’d like to purchase a […]
I’ve always really enjoyed Doctor Who. There’s something about the romantic vision of space travel it presents that really resonates with me (and I don’t necessarily mean kissy-romance… I guess I mean romance more in the classical sense). Anyway, Donna was always one of my favorite companions, so I thought I’d create a piece that showcases her and David Tennant’s Doctor. (For my money, “Silence in the Library” is one of the all time greatest episodes of Doctor Who). If […]
I’ve always wanted to see more Andorians in the TNG-VOY era of Star Trek. Since not very many of them appeared on screen, I thought I’d draw one! (It’s one of the nice things about being an illustrator.) So, I’m calling this one “An Andorian on an Away Mission.” Try saying that five times fast. 🙂
This art is definitely inspired by Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder style RPG games. I’ve always loved the art in tabletop roleplaying games, and so this piece was a lot of fun. I can just imagine her breaking in through the window and sneaking up on her prey…. You know, like a rogue assassin type.
This piece started as an image I couldn’t get out of my head. So I’m happy I was finally able to paint it. And even happier that it turned out essentially the way I had pictured it in my brain. (My brain can be good with the pictures sometimes. It’s a good brain. Well. I can’t complain.) If you want prints of any of my pieces, please visit my store! Or check out my portfolio to see more of my […]
I always wanted to see the Kelvin Timeline take on the Doomsday Machine. One of the nice things about being an artist and illustrator is that you can, well, take the time to tell your own stories. This version of the Enterprise is based on the refit seen in Star Trek Beyond, which is one of my favorite takes on the design. Making the nacelles smaller, sweeping back the pylons, and increasing the length of the neck really helped to […]
This piece involved all kinds of experimentation, but I’m really quite pleased with how it turned out. If you’re familiar with Alien, you already know what you’re looking at (and to be honest, this is the Xenomorph variation seen in Aliens–I’ve always been a fan of the ridged head… it looks gnarly). Anyway, here’s some Xenomorph fan art. They sure look cool… but I would not want to run into one in a hallway. Or on a spaceship. Because in […]
This piece was commissioned by a Star Trek Adventures GM, who wanted a piece of art to commemorate his Star Trek RPG campaign. This piece was challenging, as the four main characters were all in different location–and this all needed to be merged in the final piece. I’m really happy with how this one turned out, and I’m excited to do more Star Trek Adventures commissions in the future!
I was thinking the other day that Captain Janeway and the 13th Doctor would get along splendidly, so I decided to draw it! I imagine the Doctor as exuberant and joyful, and Janeway as patient and kind–but they both immediately recognize the competency and humanity of the other. If you want prints, or you’re interested in commissions, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
Over the years, the Intrepid class USS Voyager has really grown on me. For this piece, I had in mind Picard’s ready room artwork, and I wanted to create an equivalent for Voyager. I also wanted to emphasize Voyager moving gracefully–and swiftly–through the stars. If there’s one thing I think of when I think of Voyager’s design, it’s speed. Hopefully this Voyager fan art successfully captures that! If you’re interested in prints, you can order directly from my online store!