Two new illustrations by Eugene Vinitski – great images for children’s picture books. The first image was created for a Russian fairy tales book. Check his portfolio for more images!
There are many times when clients need building illustrations in various forms – city maps, prominent buildings/structures, a college campus, & various architecture – all illustrated realistically. We have done many of these projects over the years – in particular – city maps – and most often aerial views. Here are three good examples by Jim Trusilo – Jacobs Field, Ridgeway Complex, & Rider College Campus Map. If you have a need for this type of project – contact us – we can provide you with plenty of samples!
A nice example of retro art by Larry Jones. It doesn’t happen often but there are times when a client needs retro art for a specific project. Larry has a great collection of this type of art that he has created over the years – let us know if you need to see examples. There are a few of these images in his current portfolio.
Larry Jones created a series of (24) historical characters for a novelty fortune-telling game called “The Decider” Kind of like a magic 8-ball but with a little ball that lands in one of 5 humorous yes or no answers that the famous person may answer. These are some of the fun characters that he created!
In the beginning of 2011 Peter Grosshauser was asked by Project WET to create artwork for a website they were building. Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is based in Bozeman, MT and they provide educational materials all over the world concerning water and water use. Peter has been working for them for many years and they wanted the artwork to reflect the same style he used to illustrate nearly 50 kids books for them previously. The assignment was to create an interactive, animated web game that would be fun for children. Basically Peter’s job was to create all the frames, borders, and all the different elements that were involved in each subtopic and game. Each character illustrated had to be in different layers (different layers for arms, legs, tails, etc…) for animation purposes.
His favorite part of this project was creating the home page globe with all the different elements on different layers which spin at different speeds. The Blue Traveler game was also fun to create. Peter worked with Big Bad Tomato out of Los Angeles for this section of the web site. All illustrations were created in Painter and Photoshop while listening to many hours of the Ricky Gervais podcasts! View this fun site at – http://www.discoverwater.org/
Phil works in all traditional media, with acrylic and watercolor in conjunction with airbrush. His specialties are cartoon character design and scientific and nature illustration. His favorites are dinosaur art and Disney illustration. He has illustrated over 70 children’s books and his versatility has produced stunning art in all areas – advertising, puzzles, collector art plates, magazines, television, motion pictures, and more.
Peggy creates illustrations for ad agencies, educational publishing, and children’s books using different mediums that end up as digital Photoshop files for clients. She especially enjoys drawing children and animals.
Sally has been providing illustrations for numerous markets – greeting cards, gift wrap, product design, children’s books, and editorial. When working traditionally with acrylics or colored pencil she scans the art and provides Photoshop files. She also creates art entirely in Photoshop and Illustrator.