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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.
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
I’m going to be summarizing my information with occasional “Studio Tips.”
I’m sharing my art information with samples of my work to follow. I prefer to go chronologically, by sharing my earliest jobs. My earlier work was substantially improved upon over the journey of my illustration career. Continue reading