Tag Archives: process
This robot cartoon character mascot was created for children’s tech workshop Classroom Antics. The client was looking for a way to add some personality to their promotional materials and overall company branding. The robot was one of three concepts for … Continue reading
A quick heads up to let you guys know that the “Character Design Sketching Approaches” post I put together for the awesome new Creative Sessions blog by the Envato team is up for your viewing pleasure. The first Creative Session … 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.
A cartoon illustration & design project for a friend’s party required the resulting art to be suitable for reproduction on a photocopy machine. After some trial, error, Google search, trial, error, Google search, trial, error I discovered the magic combo … Continue reading
I touched on the awesomeness of using multiple pencil grades in a previous post on essential cartoonist tools before, but there’s a great overview specifically on pencil grades by cartoonist Matt Glover. There’s some decent additional pencil grade classification information … Continue reading
Still using that pencil you found in the couch and an old dictionary as a drawing board? Don’t feel like the biggest computer wiz when it comes to graphics software? There are plenty of inexpensive tools out there that will … Continue reading