I used the previous sunset graphic that I created and edited the artwork to fit to a custom Lundberg cycling jersey. This was a lot of fun and I think they turned out great! These jerseys were printed by Voler Premium Cycling Apparel.
New T-shirt designs for Lundberg Family Farms®. Included below are a number of various design ideas. The final graphic includes an illustration of the old Lundberg family tractor.
This is a digital illustration created for Lundberg Family Farms®.
Mascot and T-shirt design for Lundberg Family Farms® Egg Aid 2013 event.
This is a T-shirt design for a campaign at Lundberg Family Farms® which promotes a clean, safe work environment.
This is an old one I did back in 2009 or so? See the process below.
I recently finished up a book cover for a nice gentleman in San Francisco. Michael gave me a clear description of what he had in mind for his cover and the scene he described was pretty straightforward. The only change that was made along the process was the girls hairstyle which you can see from the drawing to final cover. This image took a good deal of time given the amount of detail I put into it, but it was enjoyable to work on and I’m happy with the results.
In the image above you can see my work space in Photoshop. I created some custom brushes specifically for the the leaves on the trees and they worked really well. Also visible is my layers pallet. You can see I take the time to name and organize layers into respective folders, especially on a project like this when there are close to a thousand layers!
This was a logo I did a couple years back for Tidelands Counseling services. Below is the process from rough sketch, to final logo. For the final image, I scanned in some watercolor paper and overlaid the digital drawing to simulate a traditional paint effect.
Another Mayan character design, complete with camouflage body paint! Same style and media as the previous character. I had to work, and re-work the legs, but eventually got his pose right.