We completed an addition to the house right before Christmas, and I moved back into my studio after it was carpeted, just in time to have things really break loose with work. (Timing is everything, right?)
With the beginning of the year brisk and furious, I have not had time to do much except draw, write, eat and sleep, (well, I did manage to ski a few times with Julia, but to me that's classified with eating and sleeping.)
I just sent off the last of some sketches and finished art that were due this afternoon, so I thought I'd take a breather and post a few things here, (including a new caption contest and maybe some new things for fun.)
First, a few of the more entertaining things that were on the board over the last few weeks:
A corporate mascot, (one of several created this month). This one, a rough and tumble little bulldog, was created for a music industry client in California. The second illustration is for their use at the South by Southwest (SXSW) music & film festivals and conferences in Austin, Texas, March 11-20. (Illustration Link)
Packaging artwork for a new product designed to help toddlers wean themselves from using a pacifier. It apparently works quite well and includes a step-by-step mail-in project and a reward, (the child receives a teddy bear after successfully giving up the pacifier.)
|The illustration will go on the back of this package. |
(I could use one of these, for when I suck on my pencils, etc.)
One of 12 cartoons commissioned by a financial services firm (E-MoneyAdvisor)
Three examples of a series of a dozen greeting cards created for a company marketing
reminder cards for veterinarians, (to send to clients, telling it's time for
Fido and Fifi to come in for their tests, or to say thank you for your business, etc.)
Lots of fun -- it was an opportunity to write and draw a bit outside of my usual realm.
The first of six monthly comics appearing in magazine ads for a software company based in California.
on the drawing board is more art for a new presentation for Bayer Pharmaceuticals, a corporate mascot for a California company, and a cartoon-based contest for Purina, (naturally, it will be a cartoon about a dog; it's in the early stages). Not quite as red hot and hectic as it has been over the last six weeks, but, (like the last bowl of porridge the Little Red Riding Hood tasted), just right. (Did I just mention Little red Riding Hood? I must be tired.)
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