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#34 VERSATILITY WAS MY STYLE

I’ve been sharing a lot of different categories of illustrations that I’ve done over my career. Of course, I still have a lot of paintings left. I decided I’d categorize the ones for this particular post as the illustrations where I needed to do something other than usual photorealism.
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#24 ANOTHER POST ABOUT COMPOST

When I illustrated for Supersoil, I really appreciated the art director, Dave Sanchez’s input. There were always a lot of possibilities, as evidenced by my numerous, color sketches. Instead of doing a tight, marker comp, another method I used was to photocopy a line sketch and make a lot of color studies. Continue reading

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