The artwork of Immortalize is clearly the magnum opus of the project, each illustration is carefully crafted on an 11x14 bristol paper (with the exception of others) sketched with a light 4H pencil and after that, the real work begins. Mainly using micron pens with sizes varying from .01, 0.3, and .05, and the art style known as cross-hatching; the inking process may linger an average of 7-14 hours per drawing (never in one sitting). Then finally, the drawing is scanned and edited in Photoshop if necessary.
I try very hard to keep all my work consistent and make sure that each individual illustration matches and compliments the next one. Therefore, I have tossed many drawings in the past for not living up to the standard. I want my universe to be as alive as I can make it using the very little resources I have, and if I inspire one person out there it would make this entire project worth it.