Continued...some of the cartoons and illustrations created for corporate clients recently....
|Two cartoons for Chicago based Straight North, Inc. They were written by Brad Shorr,|
a collaborator and client going back several years.
|A cartoon for long-time client CGNet, announcing Microsoft 360. B&W here, color added below.|
|A follow-up illustration to accompany an article for family-friendly Cozi.|
|One of several gift card holder/greeting cards intended to be marketed in Home Depot.|
|A cartoon commissioned by MoveOn.org. They called me this week and asked me to create|
two cartoons that take aim at the NRA. In this one, I went after NRA chief Wayne LaPierre.
|A cartoon for regular client Merk Investments...regarding the Fiscal Cliff|
|Another of the weekly cartoons created for Merk Investments; this one depicting the battle of the currencies.|
|A piece for "Leadership Review", which involved drawing the Trevi Fountain in Rome.|
|A package illustration for a waterproof iPhone protector, (created and designed by an old college roommate!)|
On the digital drawing board in the next few weeks are two book illustration projects and several corporate client jobs, including an animated video for Intel Corporation. (The third in a series for them.) Some long days and nights ahead.
What did you use to add color to the Office 360 cartoon (with the lynx)?ReplyDelete
I use Photoshop CS6, long with a Wacom Cintiq. The digital drawing pen allows one to emulate paint brushes of any kind, from watercolor, to oil to airbrush. This one was fairly straight forward, since it was a 5X7 marketing piece. (Larger things, like magazine or poster illustrations provide more space to play around with effects.) --Thanks for the question.