Rainbow Carpet Python

Here’s our rainbow/holographic sticker for this month, a carpet python! Designing this guy to fit into a sticker was a real challenge, but I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. I may paint one of the rejected designs as a full painting later.

Please remember to sign up for the $5 tier or above on my Patreon any time this month for an exclusive jumbo version of this sticker. The $10 tier or above receives a jumbo, holographic version! Normal 2.5″ versions are also now live on my sticker shop.

July Sticker Pack – Snakes

Finally back after what seemed like a suuuuper long break from making stickers with our July sticker pack! I was expecting to fight these little noodle friends all the way, but they actually came together pretty nicely!

From the top, left going clockwise: Green tree python, ball python, king snake, black rat snake, and corn snake.

Please remember to sign up on Patreon for the $5 tier or above any time this month if you’d like to get a jumbo version of one of these slithery friends. They’re also available at the normal 2.5″ size on my Etsy shop.


This gorgeous girl is Lemon. Her person gave me a very free hand when painting her, and I have to say, I absolutely love how she turned out! A print of this painting will be displayed at Klub Khrome here in Fredericton as part of a Downtown Fredericton instillation of local artists.

Orange Tabby 3

Here’s the third of four portraits of this lovely boy. I tried to keep more pastel tones on his body so as not to overwhelm the naturally lighter, warm tones on his face. I think it turned out pretty well, though the scan really doesn’t portray the oranges very nicely.

Rosy Maple Moth

You all know how much I LOVE rosy maple moths. Besides having the absolute best colour scheme, they’re also super fuzzy AND are native here in NB. Alas, they’re not fans of urban areas, so I haven’t encountered any in person. Some day!This piece was a style experiment. I wanted to try painting my sticker style with watercolour and really maximize the soft look. This experiment was inspired by Vena Carr‘s work. Vena’s an absolutely amazing, local artist here in Fredericton whose work you should definitely check out!

Orange Tabby Two

Sorry for the late post this week. We’ve been having a heatwave. Not great for someone who can’t thermoregulate. 😛

Here’s the second portrait of this lovely, tabby boy! I’m especially pleased with this one. It took quite a while to get the shadows dark enough, but it was worth the struggle.

Orange Tabby 1

This is the first of four portraits of this absolutely stunning orange tabby cat! As you can imagine, he’s extremely well loved. I absolutely adored working on each piece in this little series, and I hope you all enjoy seeing them over the next few weeks.

Portuguese Water Dog

This Portuguese water dog is a commission for a friend. They specifically asked this pup have natural colours, so it was quite the challenge for me. I really, really struggled with the fur texture, but I’m pretty happy with how it turned out.

Black Lab Puppy

Here’s a black lab puppy I painted recently for a private client. I absolutely loved painting this little guy. The pose was super fun, and working with the client was a dream.

I focused on creating a variety of edges to the shadows and balancing details to reinforce the focal point around the face. It can be incredibly difficult to create a strong focal point when using all highly saturated colours, and that’s definitely something I’m still figuring out.