I'm always interested in exploring sci-fi illustration, particularly eye-catching ship designs.
This is a short little lesson in sketching with form and depth. If you can get hold of a HB pencil, a red conte pencil, kneaded eraser, standard pink eraser, a blending stub and some pastels, you can try your hand at this fun, quick technique for dynamic sketches.
Now, with your pastels....
To any of you budding musicians who would like eye-popping original art for your CD, let me invite you to consider letting an illustrator with plenty of years of experience take a swing at your creative vision. You'll be astounded how an imaginative outside source can rattle your expectations and accent your goals. Heck, I'm not even THAT expensive. You'll not pay a cent until you're thrilled with the work.
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Let it be known that I ADORE coming up with team logos. So many taboos to flirt with and overcome. That's how they get to be memorable. I'd like to hear from any sports organization that would like a radical team logo that bends conventional Rah Rah stuff.
Please make contact at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is how magic happens.
The cover article for next month's Automotive Report is about the concerns of shop owners when they choose to expand their operations. For all the grand expectations that franchising may instill, there are many financial pitfalls that should be taken into account.
Now that I've been more involved with social media, I'm finding more opportunity to explore and refine my work. You can follow me on Instagram when you hashtag johncoxart. I try to do a caricature almost daily for that location. Feel free to leave a "Hello" if you like.
This is a pencil and wash study I did in honor of the Spooky Season. Be safe and have fun tonight, y'all.
John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.