Thought I might upload some of these digital marker comps from a little while ago. I love working traditionally, but it sure is nice to have so much control with the computer.
Monday, March 29, 2010
I decided to show a little of my process with this one. This is a really good example of how I usually work. Start off with a hand drawn sketch that is scanned in, then I begin laying color. Usually I will put down basic tones first, but I'm matching a previous illustration, so I'm pulling from there. I'll post more when I get more of it done.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Okay, these are from a board game I just finished. It's based around the story of the crucifixion and resurrection. It's a kind of knowledge-based movement game. The bottom piece is the board and the footprints are illustrations of the different scenes from the story that are then placed on the board. I don't have the finished product all put together (they have a graphic designer doing that), but I wanted to show off the pieces because I really loved working on it and the sketchy style was really up my alley. If you want to check them out, they're one of my favorite clients, just really great people with a lot of respect for artists. Here's the link:
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Well, it's been ages, but for good reason! I've completely updated my tired old website to something new with a classic storybook feel. Please feel free to check it out.
These are a couple of the illustrations that I did for the site. Unfortunately they're not very big, but I'm working on that! I've also just completed a very exciting project for Michele Triplett that I'm going to post a few pieces of as soon as I get her permission.