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