My illustration portfolio seems
to stop after the year 2006, and for justifiable
reasons. From 2005 to late 2007, my life has been
devoted to my properties Precious Miseries and
StiTcheS. I began the PM series in 2005, got a
great contract for dolls, and other marketable
items, and have had to nurture the series ever
since. In the beginning, I spent a few months
deciding what Precious Miseries was all about
and created a basic 'look' to the site. To meet
the demands of my new fans, the site needed to
be up asap, regardless if it was not 'perfect'.
Precious Miseries was up for about a year when
I realized it needed an overhaul. Due to the lack
of space, everything that I wanted to put into
the site seemed improbable. Now that the rush
of having the site up was over, I took my time
to really figure out what I wanted Pecious Miseries
to offer now and in the future.
I am always updating the site and
placing new items on my PM store page. It is a
very demanding property, but I am not afraid to
put the time into it.
Please visit the site
for more related work.
The Abridged Story of Precious
Precious Miseries merchandise began
with printed postcards, sold at conventions.
While attending the SDCC, Precious
Miseries postcards were presented to Toynami,
which was then presented to Hot Topic. Two contracts
were signed for store wide merchandise, which
can be viewed below. Toynami manufactured the
dolls while Headline Entertainment manufactured
t-shirts, buttons, stickers, embroidered patches,
magnets and key chains. All merchandise was limited,
so if you did not purchase the below items while
they were sold at Hot Topic, it is likely you
may never. (Unless you buy on ebay.)
Now Precious Miseries is in the
process of printing a first book, Book of Misery
I, and starting a web comic.