(The following images I made for Lincoln Learning Solutions. The images are their property, and I am displaying them to show examples of my work.)
This was a story where the wolf told his side of the story on a show. I made the host look like Peter Pan and based him on the likeness of Conan and I based the wolf on the likeness of Tom Waits.
Theodor Seuss Geisel
My idea behind this tribute illustration was to draw him when he was young in black and white bringing his creations to life in color which are still popular and living today.
Izanagi and Izanami
The wolf and goats folktale originally had the wolf put flour on his hand to trick the little goats, but the version I made this for changes it so the detail reflects that change.
How the Camel got his hump story.
The following portraits were made with a style I developed to work fast and have a consistent look. The detail is minimized but the likeness is maintained. They were used in educational videos. I made about 3 or 4 per day in a typical 8 hour work day.
Vector art created in Adobe Illustrator
These were also made for educational videos. They were made so the different elements could be moved around or edited for custom animations by a video editor.
Pottery Lesson (Ming Dynasty)
Chinese Ping Pong Poster:
Old story board I made in school called “Grow with the Pros”.