I'm currently designing a series of characters for my favorite print shop's window. Eventually, this guy will be three feet tall on vinyl. When complete, it will be a series of print products. This guy's a pad jumping rope. I don't know why I drew him jumping rope -- I guess because it's funny.
This two page spread went through many, many iterations to get to this point, and here it finally rests. We had quite a few meetings in which the details for content were hammered out and I'm happy to say that it's done.
A row of potential dudes. Keeping it loose and goofy.
I'm doing a quick couple of illustrations for a charity auction. This kid's turning out pretty cute so far. I added the tongue in the digital file -- that's what was missing!
I'm currently working on a Christmas card for a regular client (we've done one a year for years). This year's card feature's some polar bears on the back of the card which is this big Sumo sized thing from Modern Postcard. Anyhow, the bears are looking pretty good so far so I'm sharing. Also, some of my process is visible here. I did a rough pencil on this one, scanned it in and am currently working the inks in Manga Studio Pro. Usually, I create tighter pencils before the scan but I liked the looseness in the bear's expressions in the pencils and wanted to keep that as much as possible.
I’ve been working on an evolutionary timeline recently. Yes, we’ve seen this idea spoofed and played out so many times. I’m attempting to bring something different to it but nevertheless, it's still the evolutionary line. While the design is familiar and in that way iconic, I’m trying to use the familiarity of the row of evolving humans as a base for humor. The row is part of my ongoing promotion for my time traveling endeavors.
The Spring 2015 updated Learn BART! is hot off the presses and ready to be handed out in an actual BART station during a BART at the Train and Track Tour. The Train and Track Tour was an in-station and on-track opportunity for people with disabilities and seniors to learn about BART. I was there handing out the most recent Learn BART! Riders guide. I met many riders and got lots of feedback as well as learning about what to do in an emergency situation on the platform.