I use the same process for most of my illustrations. They start with quick concept sketches in a sketchbook, followed by a composition sketch on vellum. Then I scan the composition sketch, make value roughs and color roughs in Photoshop, and finish the illustration with a WACOM tablet and stylus.
Here’s what the process looks like for “I love this show!”
I’m doing some end of the summer maintenance to studioscott.com for the next few weeks. The current set up has some frustrating behind the scenes quirks and I want to fix them before the new semester starts.
Reworking the site is going to take up all of my “working on the website” time, so you won’t see any new posts until I finish. But you may see some odd layouts and new site structures. Be back soon.
Happy Independence Day! If you’re not in the United States, happy first week of July!
Due to the holiday, I’m not going to post a new set of daily sketch prompts. They’ll resume next Monday.
Last week you took a product to two different extremes, then created a final design that used the best parts of your extreme concepts. This week you’re going to create “frankenproducts”: mashups that combine the features of two wildly different products. Read More