Saturday, November 14, 2009

Illustration Friday "Unbalanced"

I'm not sure which image I like best. One (bottom image) has more of the buildings, and I like how vertical it is. The other (top image) is more zoomed in- so you can see more of the detail.



Anyway... for this week's Illustration Friday topic of "unbalanced" I did another robot. When fighting against a robot it's an unbalanced fight. Robots always win. This is a Illustrator/ Photoshop collaboration and took about 4 hours...

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Illustration Friday "Blur"


For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "blur" I kinda pushed it to blurry. So here's a poor guy that's lost his glasses. His world is looking a little blurry right now. This took about 2 hours and is a Photoshop/Illustrator collabo...

Friday, November 6, 2009

Drawer Geeks "Teeth"

This is my latest submission for Drawer Geeks. The topic was "teeth" and I went with another robot image. This took about 4 hours and is a Photoshop/Illustrator collaboration. For the last couple years I've been trying to do at least one or two illustrations per week that are "just for fun" illustrations. No money, no art direction, no changes- just me having some fun. I really enjoy illustration as a profession, there is honestly nothing else I want to do (it's my calling). I totally dig developing main stream/commercial images for clients but to keep it fun- I gotta have some "me time". Recently my "me time" has been spent drawing ROBOTS. This is something I did all the time as a kid (mostly in math, science and english class), and now have rediscoverd. So here's my latest robot...

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Illustration Friday "Skinny"


For this week's Illustration Friday topic of "skinny" I went with a robot again. I love drawing robots! This skinny robot is in "hungry mode" working on hitting "full mode" by eating some taxis (cause that's what they eat:). It's kind of a random image, but was really fun to do. I took the idea from a small sketch I did about a year ago in my sketch book. This took about 4 hours and is a Photoshop/Illustrator collaboration...