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Hello! Thanks for checking in. Here’s another illustration from the March Scotsman Guide Residential edition. It’s pretty straight-forward. Created for an article that gives advice to residential mortgage brokers that might also want to do business with commercial clients. Below you’ll find the primary illustration, two in-context examples and a few details.

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Here’s a feature illustration (again from the March Scotsman Guide Residential edition). The author discusses how careful planning and reflection can take you to the next phase of your career. Below you’ll find the full illustration, a couple details, sketch and — as usual, the in-context view.

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Here it is, March already! Below is one of nine illustrations I created for this month’s Scotsman Guide publications. The author explains why building a vendor-management system doesn’t have to be a terror (but it could be if you’re not adequately prepared). This was especially fun to concept and illustrate. I also was able to work on the layout and incorporate type treatments too. It was great to have free reign on the layout. (I know, I know… it’s not that crazy, but this is used in a conservative, financial niche publication — everything is relative.) Got inspiration from some vintage Godzilla and horror movie posters. Below are the usual elements: illustration, details and in-context view. The full two-page spread is 21.25 x 15 inches when printed. Enjoy!

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