Mixed Media Zone

I've been doing mixed media work off and on since early high school, and over the years it's become a very important way for me to deal with and express emotions or transform them into something positive. I prefer to work within a sketchbook. I primarily use crayon, markers, paints and -- of course -- glues, alongside a variety of attached flat or mostly-flat items, including stickers, papers, cardboard, plastics, fabrics, beads, sequins, confetti, glitters, and tapes.

I also do digital collage work, often using real-life photography and/or emulating the look of physical mixed media with digital brushes, "materials," and "stickers." I don't use anything really fancy -- just MediBang Paint with a mouse or my drawing tablet, a simple notes app on my phone with a capacitive stylus, and/or LINE Camera.

Commissions are open!

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Featured Works

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Traditional Pieces

i want your love to be with me
2016

13+ only

i wont let you anymore
July 2017

unt. 1
July 2017

unt. 14
Sept. 2020

unt. 16
Sept. 2020

Choco Dog Park
Oct. 2020

unt. 29
Dec. 2020

unt. 34
April 2021

Digital Pieces

unt 5.
May 2020

unt. 10
Aug. 2020

unt. 11
Aug. 2020

unt. 23
March 2021

Full Gallery

Click the piece's thumbnail or title to head to its page! You'll find the highest-quality version of my work, plus any commentary, alternative versions and bonus images I have to offer. Please be aware some full scans are pretty big files and might take a bit to load!

Traditional Pieces

i want your love to be with me (2016)

13+ only

i wont let you anymore (July 2017)

unt. 1 (July 2017)

unt. 2 (Sept. 2017)

unt. 7 (June 2020)

wish you were here (Aug. 2020)

unt. 9 (Aug. 2020)

why did you do it? (Aug. 2020)

unt. 14 (Sept. 2020)

unt. 15 (Sept. 2020)

unt. 16 (Sept. 2020)

unt. 17 (Sept. 2020)

unt. 18 (Sept. 2020)

Choco Dog Park (Oct. 2020)

unt. 28 (Nov. 2020)

unt. 29 (Dec. 2020)

unt. 30 (March 2021)

unt. 31 (March 2021)

unt. 32 (April 2021)

unt. 33 (April 2021)

unt. 34 (April 2021)

unt. 35 (April 2021)

unt. 36 (April 2021)

unt. 38 (May 2021)

unt. 39 (May 2021)

unt. 40 (July 2021)

the past (July 2021)

Digital Pieces

unt. 3 (Sept. 2019)

unt. 4 (Jan. 2020)

unt 5. (May 2020)

it was almost me (May 2020)

unt 6. (June 2020)

unt. 8 (July 2020)

unt. 10 (Aug. 2020)

unt. 11 (Aug. 2020)

unt. 19 (Dec. 2020)

unt. 20 (Jan. 2021)

unt. 21 (Jan. 2021)

unt. 22 (Feb. 2021)

unt. 23 (March 2021)

unt. 24 (March 2021)

unt. 37 (April 2021)

Frequently Asked Questions

What does "unt." stand for?

Untitled. I am awful at naming pieces, so generally I leave them unnamed.

Why are there gaps in the untitled piece numbering?

Some of them are pieces I took down because I wasn't really happy with them (unt. 12 and 13). Others are missing because I messed up numbering stuff at some point for some reason, and it would be a pain to renumber everything to fix the gaps -- unt. 25, 26 and 27 do not exist (as far as I can remember).