Tag Archives: art materials
I’m coming out of my shell to share one of my nuttiest jobs! But seriously, this was a really fun post for me. Continue reading
Being open are two simple words that have had a huge impact on my life. Creating “Illustrating My Life” gave me such an expansive feeling and the connections I made with people who found my blog were inspiring. For me, that was priceless! Continue reading
My illustrations adorn at least thirty labels of yogurt for Tillamook Dairy Company. Working for them is definitely dreamy! Continue reading
I have enjoyed sharing about my illustration career. On this blog there are almost 2,000 images. I find the blog format fascinating, as my stories about my illustration career “unfolded” in their own way. I had no idea when I started … Continue reading
I have enjoyed sharing about my illustration career. On this blog there are already over 1,500 images. I still have many projects remaining that I could write about. For this post, I have an assortment of jobs that range from early in my career to very recent. On the most recent assignment, I am proud to say it was completed digitally and no original artwork exists. Of course, I did not “paint from scratch” on my computer, but I created my image by assembling elements scanned from prior illustrations and “reconfigured” to match in a unified composition. Continue reading
For this post about yogurt, I am sharing the illustrations that I did for Darigold. Since I have most of the original paintings for this project, I have provided many close-ups. Certain flavors required more design development and my line drawings indicate how the illustration was cropped. Continue reading
I have illustrated many flavors of yogurt for different companies over the course of my art career. I had so many images that I decided to break this up into two posts. What was fascinating for me about illustrating yogurt, were the “trends” I encountered. I illustrated some unusual flavors and often more than once! I even illustrated packages for companies that were competitors.