Illustration Process

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How to Make a Storyboard–Uri Shulevitz

An outstanding picture book is a result of both spontaneity and careful planning. The tools for planning such a book are the storyboard and book dummy. The storyboard gives you a bird’s eye view of the whole book: it shows all the pages of the book, greatly reduced, on a […]


sea captain

Character Development: Sea Captain

These are a couple of sketches from a story I am illustrating that includes a distinguished looking sea captain and his old fishing boat. The character is still under development as I study different possible facial features and the structure of the head and body proportions.


Hand-drawn Sketch to Digital Line Art

This is an integral part of the illustration process when you are dealing with digital art work. Although working by hand is more expansive from a conceptual level for me, I normally go digital when it comes to creating the line art and making smaller revisions to an established sketch. […]


TYSON: Thinker or Stinker?

Big fan of Tyson and I was just brainstorming ideas for a quick cartoon. After seeing the documentary Tyson my impression of Tyson as a brute was shattered, more like an idiot savant or straight up intellectual. If you can’t read the writing at the end, he’s reading Nietsche and […]