Have been a little bad about blog updates. Well, but I have been working on some stuff. I know most of you are updated on the new shirt designs I produce, but here are some news anyway. J!NX just printed one of my favorites, “Gimme some sugar”, unfortunately only on men’s shirts, but I guess their buyers are mostly male. I plan to send Bruce Campbell one of them and id I’m lucky, I can get him to take a picture with it.
Here are some other designs I recently worked on, plus some of the production progress. One of my favorites must be the collaboration did with Becky for the design “Revenge of the Damsels” – a month ago, I wrote her an e-mail saying “Hey, I want to make this design where all the fairy tale damsels clash with their enemies in an epic battle, but I don’t know how to draw this”. So she agreed to collab with me and once I had the composition sketch for her, she was super quick in sending me this awesome line-art drawing. I did most of the coloring, and volia, the design was done.
Two other designs I did were “Counting Sheep” and “The Ueberpirate”, both of which are done with scoring. See documentation for the progress below.
I also want to show you some of the pieces I am doing for my final project, the capstone. Again, it’s a children’s book with the written word by Jason Ellis – friend, and genius writer. It will be the story about a young scribe experiencing an adventure in a piraty-fantasy city! YAY! I won’t post a documentation here because it’s far too much work – but enjoy two of my finished pieces.
Last but not least, I am involved in a project honoring the comic book Transmetropolitan. From the publisher:"It’s been eight years since the cyberpunk/political series ended it’s run at Vertigo Comics. To mark the occasion, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has teamed up with the book’s creators to produce a hardcover charity art book, limited to a few thousand hand-numbered copies." Becky and I are contributing to this great project - both of us grew up with the comic. A little sneak peak can be seen here, in this article about the project.
Below is a detail shot of my piece.