Illustrations

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Isometric

I used both Photoshop and Illustrator to give this isometric illustration a more organic feel. This illustration could be used as a style frame for 3D modeling. An interesting application could be an augmented reality (AR) music festival poster campaign, where a looping animation of the clouds moving past the mountain would play when viewed through an AR device.

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Glue Magazine

The Algonquin College school magazine, Glue was looking for an illustration that would be a creative take on staying up late working on assignments. I explored concepts and themes of what it means to stay up late. The three big themes are late hours, coffee, and being short on time. I took the foam-dome concept and gave it a new meaning. Here the student doesn’t even have time to break for a sip of coffee, so they use the foam dome as a tool for helping get their work done on time.

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Smokejumpers Shirt

This illustration was for the North Cascades Smokejumpers where I previously worked. They wanted a design that gave off a “badass but not aggressive” attitude. Understanding the personality of the target audience was key. Smokejumpers share a similar personality to the skateboarding community: passionate, strong bonds, but like to do things a bit against the grain.

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Conte Pencil

This is a conte illustration to study texture and tone and how light behaves with different materials.