Illustration

  Illustration is probably stretching the use of the word in my case. Since my work involves all media, including digital or an amalgamation of artifacts as well, it's more utilitarian rather than illustrative. For those of you interested in the Golden Days of Illustration with giants like Rockwell, N.C. Wyeth, Remington and so many others, click here..

  Instead, my talents are not restricted to a style or media so I'm comfortable in Photoshop/Illustrator, oils, acrylics, watercolor, magic marker, pen and ink, etc. And I've used brushes, my hands, twigs (see the Englishmen), and more as implements to create with.

  I still do storyboards or rough sketches for all my design work, but most presentation imagery for today's use is on computer, using Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Blender 3D, etc., mainly for ease of use, and transferability to print or screen display. This site's layout precludes me from showing all my work because I didn't photograph or scan them (many are too large). To the right is a small sampling.

  Englishmen
Twig dipped in ink. Original size 11x17.
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Squirrel
Pen and Ink Original size 5x7.
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Two Goldilocks and the Bear
Pencil Original size 11x14.
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Product Design Rendering
Magic Marker/Pencil/Guache on Canson
Original size 20x24.
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American Can Trade Show Comps - Magic Marker
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American Can Trade Show Comps - Magic Marker
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Magic Marker Comp for Ad Layout
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Anatomy - Done in Illustrator - Restricted Palette
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Sample of Concept Sketches
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Unauthorized use or reproduction is punishable by my attack cat.

Alan Anderson