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Tag Archives: Marker Technique
I began this blog in 2010 and one of my early posts was #5 AN APPLE A DAY, PART 1. Ten years after that post, I decided it would be fun to create a Part 2. For this second part, I describe my transition to utilizing the digital process for my illustrations. 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