.. Helps the Audience Attend. I had yet another opportunity to design a poster for the theatre. This time is was my son’s middle school production of Mary Poppins. Here’s a little look of my process. Started with a sketch (as always). My original color choice. It was rejected for something a little more traditional. Here[…]
Sketching is an integral part of any design process. It’s a quick way to explore, realize, and refine ideas. Establish layout and composition concepts to save time and money when creating a website or brochure. Clients also love to see sketched ideas as a way of communication and approve concepts before too many hours are spent[…]
I have been doing graphic design professionally since the early 2000s. Over that time, I’ve seen design trends come and go. Remember when everything was beveled with a shadow, or when the internet was once plastered with super glossy icons and buttons. Good times. As a result of these changing trends it seems like everybody is[…]
We all need it and we all love it. Food. I love drawing food almost as much as I love eating it. In fact, I named my company after food. When I do events to peddle my wares, I make sure to have a plate of cookies, or muffins to entice passers-by. I remember one time[…]
Well, I happened to the theater, at least in the 1990s. What a wonderful time to be a teenager. I didn’t have a care in the world and little responsibility. I could just act in community or high school productions of “Oliver!”, “The Pirates of Penzance”, “Into the Woods”, “Bye, Bye, Birdie”, “You Can’t Take It with You”[…]
This is a breakdown of the process of caricaturizing Snape from the Harry Potter series. When I’m drawing something that really exists, I start by gathering reference materials. Lucky for me, there are so many images of Snape on the interwebs. Here is a collection of what I found. I then quickly sketched out ideas[…]
Here’s a fun little process of how I cartooned a Hippo. My wife said she hates hippos — maybe because one ate her dog.
Here are a few fun sketches I did of puppies. They were for a logo, but the company decided to go with a different style. Regardless, these puppies were fun to doodle.
A timelapse sketch of the beginnings of a halloween coloring page. This is an ongoing personal project of mine. Enjoy it in 2 parts.