My first shot at animation! Made over the weekend using Adobe Illustrator. I originally intended to highlight a caricature of Carlos Di Sarli that I hadn’t been able to find a use for, but I ended up using just his silhouette. Its really any amazing feeling seeing one’s artwork come to life 🙂
A certain character who may be familiar to some of you. If not, check at the video below:
In honor of my upcoming trip to Naples, I decided to design and illustrate a new postcard. The Mano Cornuto (Horned Hand) is an ancient good luck sign, the original “Rock On!” gesture, and is still very common in Naples, especially as a charm or pendant.
As usual, I started out with a simple scanned line drawing — in this case, I went with a more line-heavy, woodcut style to match the theme. When I colored it in photoshop, I offset the registration of the color layers to give the impression of vintage-style lithography.
Imogen, my first foray into the work of pinup illustration, never seemed quite finished. At the time I was trying to go for a more minimalist, line-oriented piece, but I found the other night that adding a little bit of color made a world of difference. Sparkley stars also helped.
Since I don’t think portfolio projects show up on the wordpress news feed, I wanted to deliver on the teaser post from earlier and share a few examples of what I’ve been up to. You can view the full collection here
This is actually an earlier sketch, with a bit of photoshop added. I decided to revisit it because it has more significance in relation to the rest of my illustration, as its main purpose is to convey emotion, rather than just to say “Hey, here’s a face I drew.” A wonderful piece to look at. I’d love to trace it and turn it into something more complete, but it would lose the sublime, spontaneous style that can only really happen in the moment.
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