A place for me to credit the numerous artists involved in the PsyEn Project. These are all close friends of mine that take enough interest in my work and personally like my enough to draw things related to my writing for me. Lately, they’ve even been letting me pay them – which is great – what with me being absolutely incapable of drawing.


The CrazyCrayonLady is an amazing non-digital, 2D illustrator whom I’ve known for about a decade now. She specializes in using crayons to create magnificent city skylines and other miscellaneous art pieces. She kindly takes time out of her artistic schedule to create book covers for each of my short stories and has been commissioned to generate reference sheets . Find her at:

Instagram: @CrazyCrayonLady
Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CrazyCrayonLadyArt

Max Yeager

Max Jaegar is a more recent friend of mine that I met online through a suspicious chain of coincidences. He is the the one that I have been commissioning to draw the terrible creatures that exist in Solbalim. He has one of the greatest masteries over organic texture that I’ve ever had the pleasure of witnessing and I very excited to be doing work with him. Find him at:

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/MaxwellYeager


Nessfiend is one of those rare people in late 2020: a new post-pandemic friend. We’ve hung out in the same Discord for a few years now, but finally met via a mutual friend in my PhD cohort. She’s a fantastic digital artist whose style is an incredible mix of both Western comic and Japanese manga styles. Despite her incredibly busy work schedule, she helps me out by draw reference sheets for each of my characters, which will eventually appear in a concept art gallery on this site. Find her at:

Instagram: @Nessfiend