Created by The Squirrel Girl
Description: Hi-ya! When my kiddos reach an age where they can create their own characters, they hand me a sketch design of their character and I then turn it into an illustration based off their sketch. This particular character was thought up by my baby girl, whom I have nicknamed “The Squirrel Girl”. This illustration comes up just in time for her birthday. I will be putting this little beauty on a shirt for her to proudly wear on her birthday and later I will make a poster for her to display on her wall in her room. These are always fun, ’cause I work closely with them to get it how they like it. I am sure this is one of many that I will be illustrating of her characters. I look forward to many many more.
Hope you enjoy. And yes… I totally agree, her sketch is WAY better than my illustration.
Description: My younger bro, Jay Myers, asked me to do up his main character for a story that he is writing. This is a description straight from the Jay-bird:
“Teddy Lockes: the interactive teddy bear
an analytical study of the daily lives of a nuclear family of three
an analytical study of the faerie (fairy) tale
in the technological age.
(Character and Story ©Jay Myers 2000-2007)”
It’s definitely a trippy, funny story.
Well here he is my take on his character.
Just messing around…
Description:Hi All… Things are finally slowing down and evening out so, I am hoping (really hoping) that I will be able to post things on more of a regular basis. My goal is to at least post once a week. I am concentrating mostly on character design right now, so that will probably be what you see the most of for at least a little while. They may be pretty random because I don’t really have an overall theme for them as a group.
Anyway, hope you enjoy!
InVista Rim Poster
Description:I recently got back in contact with a friend whom I used to work with at VML Advertising. Jason Gramke now works for Koch Creative Group out of Witchita. Jason was awesome enough to hook me up with a new gig. I worked with Dustin Commer at Koch to create a full color poster illustration and 4 smaller black and white line art illustrations for their client, InVista. I created the poster entirely in Adobe Illustrator, it is my app of choice these days. Anyway, thanks guys for the gig and I hope we can work on some different projects on down the line.