I made this illustration for the New England TB Symposium. It was used for their program and posters as well as mugs and bags. Initially, I drew a pattern of abstract shapes, but the client wanted me to show the drugs used to treat TB. The final sketch fused the cabinet with the head and [...]
Category Archive for 'Process'
This illo was for a demo I did last semester showing my students how to create an illo using Illustrator’s Primitive Shape tools. I originally posted this image Feb 10 but thought I would share a bit of the process. I used the Rounded Rectangle tool to create the main head shape and then used the [...]
This is an illustration I did last month for a story about education and technology. The client wanted to show a teacher and a student walking into a tablet as if it was a doorway. For some reason, I thought laptop rather than tablet, so I sent initial rough ideas showing a laptop as a [...]
This image was commissioned for a magazine article about inflammation. The idea for the piece was a pattern of abstracted cell shapes surrounding a helpless floating figure that also contained some of these cell shapes. I sketched out a couple of options for the client to choose from. The first was a hand rather than [...]
A couple of weeks ago, I was commissioned to do a portrait of An Wang, co-founder of Wang Laboratories and creator (along with Way Dong Woo) of the pulse transfer controlling device in 1949.