Archive for September, 2010

September 25, 2010

Rainbow Brite

It just dawned on me that I never posted the final image of all those critters I’ve been sketching.

This illustration was designed as a learning tool for a friend’s young daughter.  He wanted her to be able to learn colors, numbers, animals, and environments from it, so we’ve got one rabbit, two camels, three deer, etc.  It was a great job for a great art director and I’m pleased with the simple style.

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September 20, 2010

New Yorker Section Spots

Quick-turnover class assignment to illustrate headers for the different sections of the New Yorker. Here’s Books, Food, and Art. I think I was hungry when I thought these up.

September 16, 2010

Lecture Class Sketches

I’m taking fifteen credits in 5 classes this term, more than I’ve ever dared tackle before (but necessary if I wanna graduate on time in Spring 2011).  Four of these classes are lecture classes, while only one is a studio class.  This gives me lots and lots and lots of time to doodle in the margins of my notes.  Their mama is a Moleskin and their daddy is boredom.

I’ve also finished at last the freelance project involving the animals below.  I’ll post the final soon.