Most movies have that character that you feel like should get it in the end. This is one representation of that. Continue reading “Stay Puft and Crispy”
Have you ever made up a really corny joke that you’re super proud of and nobody understands your genius? That’s what this design is about.
While I was growing up, I loved reading Dav Pilkey’s book “The Hallo-Wiener”. Though I don’t remember much about the story itself, I have vivid memories of a dog in a hot dog costume on Halloween night. That inspired me to create this design. Continue reading “Sizzling Puppies”
This project stretched my abilities as I created this short animated GIF. I had to learn how to make my design look nice, but also organize it in a way that I could move it from Adobe Illustrator to Adobe After Effects. Continue reading “Tip Me Over”
Honestly, when making this Sticker project, I decided that I wanted to make some fun stickers that I found humorous. I’ll tell the story of each one by the completed sticker. Continue reading “Punny Stickers”
This project of creating a photorealistic watch has been an interesting one for me. While designing it, I have learned many new tools and techniques to improve my skills in Adobe Illustrator. The most prominent of which was determining the proper use of gradients. Continue reading “Making Time for Watches”
In this post, I am talking about some icons I created in Adobe Illustrator. I used the theme of hats and created five different hat icons under that theme. I will go over each one and have included a 60×60 and a 400×400 pixel version of each hat. All of these icons are vectors as well and can be scaled to different sizes. Continue reading “The Illustrator Millinery Shop”