Today, my specialty is children's book illustrations. I work in ink and watercolour. My work tends to be brightly coloured and highly detailed. I used to be a fashion designer -and so I can also claim a specialty in fashion illustration. I think I am about to work on a graphic novel as a personal project - so I think I am going to be doing picture books for adults as well as kids. I think of my work as illuminated picture books.
I make traditional humorous hand-drawn cartoons that are cute and teen-oriented.
Mostly comics and cartooning. I work both traditionally and digitally.
I use pen & ink to create visually appealing illustrations, there's never a certain theme but I do have re-occuring characters.
Sequential Art- Comics / Storyboards
Prepress & Final Art Production
Multimedia and Digital Editorial and Concept Illustration.
Multimedia being anything, (acrylic, pencil, charcoal, ink etc.) whatever works to get the desired result.
Digital being Photoshop, via scanned objects, negatives, and digital photos that I take.
My specialty is conceptually-driven children's book illustrations, with a heavy influence of both retro and contemporary styles.
I do mostly 3d sculpture illustration where I sculpt a scene (clays, fabrics, metal, other materials) and then take a picture of the result
Cute animals and girls.I've always been drawn to bright and happy things. ANd I also do many romantic pictures.
Editorial illustration … part traditional, part digital. I spent a good many years working as a staff illustrator for newspapers, so the editorial bent still sticks.
Drawing. No particular subject, but I do love to draw dogs, hands, and things with rivets. I also do medical illustration, which I really enjoy.
I would not like to but myself down to one speciality of illustration but i believe my strengths are within the area of digital illustration
I work in a lot of fantasy genres and sci-fi as well... I really want to break into the children's book illustration biz. There is something alive about that.