Hello! Today’s post is simply a personal project … a quick exercise to fill in the gaps — recently pretty small gaps — between my editorial work and other in-progress artwork. I should have some more personal projects to share early in 2014.
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One more … here’s another editorial illustration from the December Scotsman Guide Residential edition. Below you’ll find some details, as well as the in-context view. The final art is 21.25 x 15 inches (the usual crop of a 2-page spread). I was able to work on the layout as well as the illustration … it was fun to tie together the text and the artwork. Adding sea monsters to the mix kept coming to mind — but I already included land-based monsters in another illustration this month, so decided to leave this one somewhat more simple.
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Hi! Thanks very much for stopping by. My new post is another illustration from Scotsman Guide’s December Commercial edition. It’s a slight deviation from the usual style — but fun to keep things interesting — depending on the article/concept. The article is about how working capital is critical (and is the “oil”) that keeps small business running. Hopefully that makes sense. Enjoy, and let me know if you have any feedback.
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Today’s post is a pretty simple illustration, created for an article called “Finding the Key to Mitigate HELOC Risks”. It’s published in Scotsman Guide’s Residential edition this month. I won’t say too much about this one — other than it was one of my more quickly produced editorials. The original size is over 15 inches tall, and it was completed in one one day from start to finish.
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