I have been putting in some hours learning 3D mesh with the program Blender. Mesh is the architecture behind 3D computer graphics consisting of vertices, lines and faces. Blender is like Illustrator on steroids and man, does my brain hurt! I am making progress with the goal of turning 2D art...
Making Sales Better from John Cousineau on Vimeo.
Carly Hebert at Orange Coast Magazine needed a monkey drawing for a monkey related article. I monkeyed around and came up with these monkeys.
Jim Paillot inspired me to post my turtle in need of some tea and sympathy.
ABCs of AL
My first children's book. Ok, so sue me, I am late to the party....
Birthday Art for the wife's celebration of one more year where she wishes she lived in tht tropics.
Ask Magazine Cover
Been the laziest of Drawger bloggers! Time to wake up and post. A cover I did for Ask Magazine.
Client Holiday Card
The Olympics reminded me of a card I did for a client this past December. Hope everybody's year will soar.
Vacation with the Washington Post
We all know the best way to guarantee new work is to plan a vacation. Sure enough the day before leaving I get a call from Lisa Schreiber at the Washington Post with a new assignment. The beauty about technology these days is that saying ‘Yes’ is much easier than it used to be....
IPA/GAG Lawsuit Update
As a reminder to the illustration community, the Graphic Artist Guild (GAG) is still persuing its lawsuit against fellow artists of the Illustrators Partnership of America (IPA). Dan Vasconcellos and I launched a petition asking GAG to stop this action. Many of you signed this petition (tyvm!)...