Gig poster illustration for the band Pile.

June 2014

Arachnids of Florida Poster

Species listed:

1. Southern House Spider, Kulkucania hibernalis
2. Green Lynx Spider, Peucetia viridans
3. Banana Spider, Heteropoda venatoria
4. Brown Recluse, Loxosceles reclusa
5. Brown Dog Tick, Rhipecephalus sanguineus
6. Varroa Mite, Varroa destructor
7. Southern Cattle Tick, Rhupecephalus microplus
8. Carolina Wolf Spider, Hogna carolinensis
9. Magnolia Green Jumper, Lyssomanes viridis
10. Pantropical Jumping Spider, Plexippus paykulli
11. Gray Wall Jumper, Menemerus bivittatus
12. Black and Yellow Garden Spider, Argiope aurentia
13. Golden Silk Spider, Nephila clavipes
14. Tropical Orbweaver Spider, Eriophora ravila
15. Spinybacked Orbweaver, Gasteracantha cancriformis
16. Giant Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus giganteus giganteus
17. Red Widow, Latrodectus bishopi
18. Brown Widow, Latrodectus geometricus
19. Black Widow, Latrodectus mactans
20. Florida Bark Scorpion, Centruroides gracilis

Emma Roulette

May 2014

Just one more teaser for you all before I put all the illustrations together into one big poster tonight ;) These are illustrations of spiders in the family Salticidae, or jumping spiders. All of these can be found in Florida.

From top to bottom, the species are:

1. Gray Wall Jumper, Menemerus bivittatus

2. Magnolia Green Jumper, Lyssomanes viridis

3. Pantropical Jumping Spider, Plexippus paykulli

May 2014

Here is another teaser for the big arachnid illustration project I’m working on. The first spider is Hogna carolinensis, the Carolina wolf spider. This is the largest species of wolf spider found in the US. The second is Nephila clavipes, the golden silk spider. 

April 2014

Emma Roulette

Galls on a leaf.

Graphite on paper

April 2014

P.S. Anyone know what species this is?

Illustration for a creative writing piece in the summer issue of The Fine Print, entitled “Walking the Dog: Stories in Gainesville”

April 2014

Micron pen and Prismacolor marker on paper

Emma Roulette

Illustration of the giant vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus giganteus. These guys do not have venom glands, but they do have glands near the rear of their abdomen that can spray an acetic acid solution if they are bothered. 

March 2014

Emma Roulette

Human vertebral column

Illustration for Prairie, a Gainesville creative writing journal

March 2014

Emma Roulette

A series of illustrations I made for my science illustration class of the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, and its host plant, which belongs to the milkweed genus Asclepias.

March 2014

Skull of the American Bison (Bison bison)

Emma Roulette

March 2014

"Textures" assignment for my Scientific Illustration class.

February 2014

Florida Bobcat (Lynx rufus floridanus): frontal, lateral, and ventral view.

Emma Roulette

February 2014

Dog-day Cicada, Tibicen canicularis
Drawn as a tattoo for my friend.

January 2014

This is a photo of Noam Chomsky and the editor of The Fine Print holding copies of our fall issue! I made both of these illustrations. =]

October 2013

Cover for The Fine Print Fall Issue

October 2013