A gallery of Livestream TIP based commissions by Jayel Draco. Watch Jayel Draco create these works live at twitch.tv/jayeldraco… Throw in a TIP/Donation and he’ll create whatever you want at 1 minute per Dollar… our Oneshi Press subscribers get 3 minutes per dollar.
These Illustrations are advertisements for faux products, which appear in our various Oneshi Press stories including Tracy Queen, PACK, and Children of Gaia. Because these are for faux product of our own design, I can safely include them in my portfolio without risk of infringement, however, if you’re interested in commissioning an illustrated advertisement for your company, product, or project reach out to me using the contact section.
These Illustrations from Children of Gaia (COG) focus on character and world design for the ongoing fantasy-epic, work-in-progress coming soon by Oneshi Press. In Rendaraia, where nature, magic, and civilization have long coexisted, strangers of unknown origin have begun to invade. As war rages between the Terran interlopers and Rendaraian natives, the hundreds of unique cultures are now subjected to devastation as their planet is ravaged by an imperial society that has its own rapacious needs back in its own politically divided home. But there is more at work than battles fought over land rights or culture: Rendaraia and its invaders are linked more deeply than any of them realize. Children of Gaia is the story of thousands, told through the eyes of those living through the most turbulent years of a collision of worlds. As some fight to preserve their way of life, others strive to create new traditions, some vie for power, and many battle just to stay alive.
These Illustrations from PACK focus on character and world design for the ongoing gritty-vigilante, work-in-progress coming soon by Oneshi Press. PACK is a costume crime fighter/vigilante justice comic book about a pack of 6 dogs and 1 man with zero tolerance for abuse of the innocent. Join Patience and his dogs of virtue in this comic-book noir as they prowl the darkest alleys of the Brooklyn night. These lawless back-alley vigilantes make their own justice as they put criminals under the fang. In such dark times, wrought with corruption and violence, the line between hero and villain is blurred. To the PACK it’s simple: theirs is the only acceptable violence, and their retribution is as swift as it is fierce.
These Illustrations from Tracy Queen focus on character and world design for the ongoing gonzo sci-fi, work-in-progress coming soon by Oneshi Press, written by Lynsey G and Illustrated by Jayel Draco. Follow Tracy and Nikola, and their p*rn star friends, as they raise an army of cyborg-clone Drones to fight Dickie and his forces of the pr0nz status quo for the sexual soul of the nation… or take over the world for themselves. Whichever. Theirs is an epic tale of sex! Drugs! Violence! Cyborgs! Mafia! Espionage! Love! Despair! Feminism! Adult stars! Moral conundrums! KABLOOEY!
The following illustrations were commissioned for various editorial publications featuring articles by Lynsey G with Illustrations by Jayel Draco. Lynsey G is a Contributor/Co-writer of Children of Gaia & Co-creator of Oneshi Press (writer and co-creator of Tracy Queen and PACK, editor of Children of Gaia: The Great Nations of Rendaraia). She started writing young and never stopped. Her primary focus is on the oddly congruent corners of adult entertainment, gender, and feminism. Her work across multiple genres has appeared in Bitch Magazine, Refinery29, Luna Luna Magazine, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, xoJane, nerv.com WHACK! Magazine, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Stirring: a Literary Collection, Menacing Hedge, and elsewhere.
This is a miscellaneous collection of Illustrations by Jayel Draco from various projects. This gallery shows examples of Jayel’s finished mixed-media illustration works, some are from his own developing body of work, some have either been commissioned or created as works-for-hire for publications.
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