Kilts by James Sackett

Artist Statement: I’m not good with human forms yet, but lines speak to me. I like to push lines to produce movement on the page. Drawing is a part of who I am. I don’t care what I’m drawing; the process makes me happy.

Art allows me to show myself through my work. So I’ll be remembered.

  Self Portrait

Self Portrait

   Odin’s Blessing.  “I envision this and Tyr’s Blessing as part of a series of all 118 Norse Gods and Goddesses.”

Odin’s Blessing. “I envision this and Tyr’s Blessing as part of a series of all 118 Norse Gods and Goddesses.”

   Tyr’s Blessing

Tyr’s Blessing

   Bensozia,  Daughter of Lilith, Knight of Ceremony.

Bensozia,  Daughter of Lilith, Knight of Ceremony.

  Baftis,  Knight of Visions & Personal Sight.  “I Began this piece with no goals but to fill the page until I didn’t want to clutter it anymore.”

Baftis, Knight of Visions & Personal Sight. “I Began this piece with no goals but to fill the page until I didn’t want to clutter it anymore.”

Bio: Jim Sackett-Kitlas is a 31-year-old graphic artist who specializes in pencil drawings. Growing up up on his family’s horse ranch, Asatru and steampunk interested him as a teenager and both heavily influence his art today.