Tag Archives: Adobe Photoshop
Final sketch for the 2013 frog-themed t-shirt design for the Ohio Canal Corridor‘s annual Cuyahoga River cleanup volunteer initiative, River Sweep.
Time-lapse video of me adding color to the rough sketch of an electrocuted squirrel cartoon character in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
Time-lapse video of me creating the initial sketch of an electrocuted squirrel cartoon character in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
A selection of illustrations featuring a cartoon cow character from a recent book illustration project. Believe it or not, the book is a retirement planning book. The author was looking to create a financial planning guide that wasn’t dry and … Continue reading
Just quick post to show the “blue goon” drawing I did for tonight’s artcast. Unfortunately I forgot to hit “Record” for the show, so it was a live event only. Next time! The “blue goon” character was created in Adobe … Continue reading
This sexy bail bondswoman cartoon character design was created for—you guessed it, a bail bondswoman. The client wanted a woman character design that was sexy, but not too sexy, and had to be professional-looking as well.
Here’s a freebie for all my loyal readers: a free Photoshop action I created myself to eliminate repetitive tasks I (used to) go through each time I scanned in a new sketch for further work in Photoshop. Boost your productivity … Continue reading
Here are a few handy keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop for those of you out there like me who spend an inordinate amount of time in the Creative Suite primarily using Illustrator. These are not keyboard shortcuts that you can use … Continue reading