I was asked a little while ago by someone I know who’s working for a great NGO if I could help with designing a logo. This is what I came up with.
Check them out: http://www.neveragaininternationalcanada.org/
Update: For reasons a little out of my control, I’m stopping work on this project. I really wanted to do it but sometimes things are just not meant to be. Too bad…
These are my latest designs for my next graphic novel. I was hoping to draw it traditionally but I just won’t have the time. So this is a test done in Sketchbook Pro and colored in Photoshop.
Okay, after a delay of 6 months, I’m back on my new graphic novel with Sharon McKay. I’m playing around, trying to decide which technique to use. I work all day as a storyboard artist drawing on a Cintiq, so I’m trying to see if I can get away from the computer and do this book the old traditional way. At this stage, I’m not worried about making a nice drawing. All I’m looking for is a style that excites me and that will keep me interested for 200 pages.
Drawn and inked on Bristol board. Grey tones with Copic markers.Colored in Photoshop.
I went to a skateboard park and tried to capture some moments. The cool thing about these kids is that they practice the same jump or trick over and over. :)
I looked at the jump and tried to take a mental picture, then I used a grey marker for a quick gesture and finished it with a pentel brush pen. These are no more than 2 minutes each.
I'm a story artist currently working at House of Cool on animated feature films.
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