Friday, November 23, 2012

God and Nation-Building

Except the LORD builds the nation, the citizens will labour in vain. But it gets tedious every time we lay the responsibility of nation-building only at His feet. I believe we also have to play our part. Nigeria is a wonderful country, well favored. We are accountable for what we make of her. Thanks to fellow artists in the studio for casting for this strip.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Happy Birthday Mom & Dad!

Over a month ago, my fellow siblings and I celebrated our parents birthdays together. It was a warm and joyful experience. I presented a 6 page custom-made greeting card to our parents on behalf of their children and grand children.

Truly there is reason to thank God on their behalf- from great deliverance from a ghastly car accident over twenty years ago when most of us were just kids (the car was a write-off) to blessings, provision and protection over the years. Not to mention how they have been a stable source of support for us, their children.

I trust in God's mercy, we shall do this again, and again... and again...
Happy birthday mum and dad!

Commemorative Poster Design


A week ago, while I was working away from home, I received bad news- armed robbers had laid siege to our street including my residence. As terrible and fearful as the ordeal was, I rejoice on the behalf of my neighbours, co-tenants and their children that no one suffered serious injury. Despite the fact I suffered some loss, I am also grateful to God that I was not at home when the evil men came calling.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Recent Work: Encourage The Broken Hearted

While it's common experience that talk is cheap, we are encouraged to comfort one another with God's unfailing promises (1 Thessalonians 4:8). This pencil drawing illustrates someone deeply in need of encouragement beyond mere words.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Past Works: Pencil Sketches For Magazine articles

These are pencil sketches for some illustrations I made in early last decade for various articles. The first shows Jesus having a conversation with Jewish religious leaders. The second shows three noble men in ancient Persia plotting against Daniel, the emperor's favorite. And lastly, Lazarus and the rich man. The final illustrations were inked with light shading and strokes.