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#37 SOME UNUSUAL AND USUAL ILLUSTRATIONS, PART 2

As my illustration blog has evolved, I’ve shared tips, materials, techniques, and stories. I have plenty of food-related jobs that I could categorize. I’ve been doing that for many of my recent posts. For this post, I am sharing more variety. A lot of these projects are not “food-related.” The common factor for these jobs was my working process. As soon as the job was assigned to me, I sought out reference to follow as my “road map.” I submitted line drawings, marker comps, and once the art director sent me their comments – final art! If I was lucky, down the road I would get a printed “tear-sheet” of my illustration.
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#20 IN A PICKLE!

I’ve written about mediums, techniques/tips, and materials. My posts to this blog will now move forward to anecdotes and information about the many kinds of jobs I did through my thirty-year career as an illustrator. My job for Del Monte pickles was a breeze. There was never a “dill” moment. I like puns, as you can tell! Continue reading

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