Today I’m getting a jump-start on illustrations I created for Scotsman Guide September editions. This one pulls from comic imagery, more precisely from the work of Roy Lichtenstein. Although this was created for a large tabloid-sized magazine, it’s not quite the same as seeing it on a wall-sized canvas. The article speaks to mortgage originators, and the importance of building a trusted name / brand for their business. Hope you enjoy the images.
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Today’s post is an illustration created for the August Scotsman Guide Residential Edition (one of 7 features created for the commercial and residential editions, plus a spot or two). This is a simple and straight-forward project. I partially repurposed the character from a past illustration – one I liked – but, I met all the deadlines and strived to keep the quality high. Both are critical things to keep in mind for all assignments. Below you will find the primary, details and in-context views. This one is created all with Adobe Photoshop. Thanks for visiting!
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Hello! Today’s post is a slight departure from most of my more recent projects. Fairly simple, relatively, which is nice for a change. Added on are a couple rustic-retro embellishments. The image was likely formed from too many viewings of Mighty Mouse cartoons as a child (and if you aren’t old enough to remember this superhero, simply type it into your search engine of choice). The illustration was created for the August Scotsman Guide Residential Edition. Included here is the primary illustration, and the feature spread, which I was also the AD/Designer on.
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Here’s one of several feature illustrations created for the August Scotsman Guide Commercial Edition. Below you’ll find the usual variations: primary illustration, in-context views and details. The final size of the printed 2-page spread (image 2) is 21.25 x 15 inches, which allows for plenty of room for working on details. Digital version – well that depends on the monitor size and zoom factor of course … Hope you enjoy the imagery.
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