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#56 IT WAS FRUITFUL BEING AN ILLUSTRATOR – PART 2

Illustrating fruit has been a favorite subject of mine. For over two decades, I didn’t paint any new paintings for my own purposes. But 2020 became the year where that changed. Continue reading

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#51 THE YOGURT WAS CREAMY, TILLAMOOK WAS DREAMY

My illustrations adorn at least thirty labels of yogurt for Tillamook Dairy Company. Working for them is definitely dreamy! Continue reading

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#29 SOME UNUSUAL AND USUAL ILLUSTRATIONS – PART 1

I’ve been scanning illustration assignments and grouping them into categories. Some assignments that I’ve done have simply been weird! They defy any category. Others are more typical if they involve food. What would be unusual is what the illustration was used for.
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#12 THE A “PEEL” OF ACRYLICS & DROPLET MAGIC

I’ve talked about color and contrast, and I’ve briefly mentioned that I love texture. Texture for me is a “puzzle to solve.” When I discovered adding colored pencil and acrylics to my technique, it was especially helpful for peel textures. Continue reading

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