I created another airline poster for my fictional, “Great Plains Airways” in Adobe Illustrator.
Created entirely in Adobe Illustrator. I used a lot of feathering, gaussian blur, and grain effects to produce this fictional cover art for what was a real magazine many decades ago.
I created this vintage style comic book cover based off the old 1955 pulp comic book series, "Aces High." The series was apparently short-lived; lasting just five issues before it was cancelled. Their cover art was inspiring though and led me to creating this piece.
Still having fun recreating vintage style airline posters from days of yore. Here’s my latest creation; an advert for a fictional “Green Dragon Airways.”
Based off a vintage Canadian Pacific Airways poster and recreated in Adobe Illustrator from scratch. My version has the airline renamed as, "Trans Pacific Airways."
The aircraft depicted is the De Havilland Comet; the world's first jetliner.
This piece was modeled after an old New Zealand Airways Corporation poster; my version created entirely in Adobe Illustrator from scratch.
I’m a huge fan of the artwork surrounding the “Golden Age of Aviation.” Here’s a piece I did this week based off an old Lufthansa Airlines poster.
I’ve been trying some different styles and techniques, while working to produce more complex pieces with the Adobe Illustrator software. Here is a recent project I completed attempting to recreate an outstanding bit of cover art for a comic book character called “Lobster Johnson.”
I’m unfamiliar with the comic book industry and just happened to stumble across some great aviation comic book art while researching those old vintage airline posters from the 1950s and 1960s.
I’m a huge fan of the Orlin Culture Shop and the artist there: Brian Edward Miller. His latest commissioned work was so good I had to try my hand at recreating it in Adobe Illustrator. While my version is definitely an inferior copy, I was pleased with the results and continued to learn some new tricks on shading and textures in the Adobe Illustrator software.
Made this for fun and practice in Adobe Illustrator; feedback appreciated!
Had some fun making this vector badge this morning.
I went all in on V3.0 trying to replicate a national park style map and used a real map for Grand Teton National Park from: https://www.yellowstonepark.com/park/official-grand-teton-national-park-map-pdf as a guide to improving my fictional "Sasquatch National Park." Lots of references to westerns, action films, video games and classic 80s movies for many of the placenames. I went for humor on the pictograms, so they differ slightly from actual government produced maps! Constructive criticism always welcome; thanks! This cartographic work was created entirely in Adobe Illustrator.
I decided to have some fun creating a national park style infographic map…..created in Photoshop and Illustrator.
I’ve always found the persistent support and humor for Sasquatch amusing, and decided to make my own contribution to the cause! #IBelieve #Sasquatch #BigFoot #Colorado
I worked on a variety of projects today, including these two Game of Thrones pieces. Enjoy!
Building out a modern looking icon set and implementing a rudimentary road atlas highway system with this latest piece. Created entirely in Adobe Illustrator. Feedback appreciated!
I tried out some new icons and some mystery elements on the map suggesting an intriguing back story. Feedback appreciated!
Decided to try my hand at producing a fictional, topographic style map. Aefeross was created entirely in Adobe Illustrator and took about four days of off and on work to complete.
This one took me about two weeks to make altogether, mostly in the evenings after work. Feedback appreciated.
I made this short YouTube video as well that zooms in on some of the many details throughout the map: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZk2ge-ZHjI