Here's a few recent pieces, most of them watercolor/ink. I'm still experimenting a bit with how stylized to make stuff but so far I'm pretty much enjoying it.
"Space Turtle Surfs the Cosmos"
A remake of the same composition I had done for an on-locale speed painting competition in September (which came out poorly because the supplies they gave us were crap), of my as-yet-mostly-undeveloped character 'Space Turtle.' I have no idea what the character's about, but he's fun to paint.
"Fox Fires on New Year's Eve"
For one of my art history classes I had to do a copy of Hiroshige's print of the same name, and thought it might be fun to revisit the concept in my own style. So I did. The basic legend is that all the kitsune meet to discuss matters of the coming year at a certain tree in Oji on New Year's Eve. The 9-tailed fox in this version is entirely my own addition (although it is of course based on other parts of kitsune lore).
"The Hobbit Tree"
A portrait of my younger sister, and one piece in particular where I really started playing with the stylization, seeing how much of it I could apply to an otherwise realistic painting. This one is also really big, at almost 20x30"
"A Storyteller's Brush"
Work for a local arts contest this past weekend. They give you 15 hours over 2 days and you paint an image to their theme with your own supplies. The theme this year was "Art...what does it mean?" which was vague and annoying, but I'm pretty pleased with the piece nonetheless.
"A Parrot Party"
I started doing a bunch of animal paintings, because I haven't painted animals in ages and they're colorful and fun. First up was Macaws, because their colors are crazy. Original is roughly 10x20"
"Eager for the Sky"
My most recent work (finished today actually), for my Illustration 2 class. Mixed media: brown ink, watercolor and colored pencil. I was mostly playing with expression here.