Friday, April 29, 2011
So, these two images were a great example of minor and major tweaking to satisfy the customers needs! The first image is much more plain, with the general idea of the moon being the softball, the wolf howling at it, and the type hand drawn and added in. After ideation with the client, I unified the drawing by putting it closer together compositionally, adding in the clouds, and incorporating the type into the drawing more.
Successful, YUP! I think so. Let me know what you think?
Monday, April 11, 2011
So, my older brother, Tony who i had draw a LOOOONNNNNG time ago in one of my earlier posts, needed a logo created for his website he was working on. The logo was for a site called, "PC PART SWAP" and was basically about that... PC Part Swapping. lol
ANYHOO, the basic theme was the arrows simulating the "SWAP" idea. I thought, keeping the logo simple would increase it's versatility. My brother agreed. So, I used the very standard "Light Blue" color pertaining to the default color for most computer backgrunds. Then, after goofing around with font choices, I came up with this!
Lots of neat things going on here, even though it looks like there isn't much going on! haha
Enjoy! Comments welcome!
This was a commissioned work for my cousin's friend. He owns a liquor store... wanted it to be similar to the "Menards" Caricature logo...
Too bad I think that logo is U'BER BORING. So, I made a better one!
Using lot's of different line weights, pencil sketching, inking, image cleaning, and mutiply color layers, I came up with THIS bad boy!
Let me know what you think!
Here are a couple of promotional works for my music business! Both poster designs. The photograph was taken by my good friend Jordan Ewert! INCREDIBLE photographer and all around guy! Check out his page: http://jordanewertphoto.com/
I did some adjustments to the gradients and created the faded look toward the bottom. Also incorporated the previously created logo as the header. Looks pretty good, if i do say so myself. The singer is pretty sharp looking too! ;)
The next poster utilizes some of my letter/type face manipulation. The drawing itself is a free hand interpretation of music elements (similar to my senior show work) andformatted in black and white, I think it turned out mighty successful!