Saturday, March 28, 2009

Illustration Friday "Poise"

For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "Poise" I went with the Secret Agent who has total poise- James Bond. I have my TV going pretty much the whole time I'm working (as background noise) and they keep playing all these 1960's - 1980's James Bond movies. I love em! The older ones are pretty cartoony- great characters and great dialog. So I decided to come up with a animated movie poster for one. I went with Sean Connery in this image. It's funny, people are very passionate about who was and is the best Bond. I grew up with Roger Moore- and like him. This took about 7 hours and is a Illustrator/Photoshop collaboration.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Illustration Friday "Subtract"

For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "Subtract" I went way back to the days of dragons, knights and princesses. Sir Knight is "subtracting" the Red Dragon's tail. This might result in his own head being subtracted. This took about 6 hours and is a Illustration/Photoshop collaboration.

My Dream Car

Here's my dream car- an old school, red and white VW bus. So the other day (while I should have been working) I had some fun with Photoshop. I added myself at the driver's seat, my logo on the side, and my nickname on the license plate. Maybe one day:)

Friday, March 13, 2009

Illustration Friday "Legendary"

For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "Legendary" I went with a location that's pretty legendary- Area 51. I've been wanting to draw an alien for a while, so this was a fun opportunity to do so. The alien is a shout out to Pleakley from Lilo and Stich. This illustration took about 5 hours and was done in Illustrator and Photoshop.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Illustration Friday "Intricate"

For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "Intricate" I went with the first idea I had. I was thinking of heart surgery as a pretty intricate procedure- so that's what I did. This is the doctor and nurse you don't want to get. It was done in Illustrator and Photoshop and took about 4 hours.