This is an editorial illustration about couch potatoes. I enjoyed using Modo's new replicator tools for the soda cans and cheetoes.
This was an illustration I did for one of the products I used to work on. The concept was for broken political campaigns promises. In 1928 Herbert Hoover promised, "A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage." It wasn't too much longer in 1929 the Great Depression started.
Here is an illustration I did for a magazine at work. The article spoke how parents could use teddy bears to help toddlers who have a tendency to whine a lot. The first sketch I did for this illustration was rejected by the art director. He said the bear looked too angry. So, I had him sit on the floor in my office and act out exactly what he wanted. I quickly sketched it on a napkin and he approved it.
This was one of two spot illustrations for a spread discussing how life started on Earth. This was for the theory life started with aliens visiting our planet.
This was one of two spot illustrations for a spread discussing how life started on Earth. This was for the theory of evolution.
This is an illustration I did a few years ago on phobias. Out of a list of 10 I chose spiders. I did a more realistic spider but the art director said he wanted me to exaggerate the look of the spider into something more terrifying.
This was a spot illustration I did for spiritual transformation. The butterfly was modeled in ZBrush and rendered in Modo.