Here are a few samples of some of the designs that were done for TableTops Unlimited. Selections include Dinner and Salad plates, Mugs, Cereal Bowls, 3D plates, and Salt and Pepper Shakers. Some are just layouts while others are actually manufactured. All hand painted and color assigned by myself using basic guidelines and inspiration.
We had many clients who are not represented here and I created such a variety of collections, this is just a smidgin of them.
These are some portraits I call Skeletons in the closet.
These are some pieces of beautiful jewelry that I made from scraps. I love to combine different styles to bring an eclectic and sophisticated look. There is a necklace, a pair of earrings and one is longer but they both are quite long and elegant and a hair pin. I made some hang tags and a name for a photo shoot presentation for a job.
This is one of the many things I like to do
This is a book cover I did years back. I like it because it has interesting textures, I used two marking pens to get a monotone color and it also has a mysterious quality to it.
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POINT OF PURCHASE PACKAGING PROJECT These are the projects that I have poured my heart into at school. I have used my illustration skills on nearly all of them, except Verica, the ficticious nut and confection company, and I used some … Continue reading
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All of my good shots are posted on Flickr. I used a Nikon 500 for these shots, mostly set up with funky lighting in my garage. It was a lot of fun. This is called the Twist of Fate Series. It’s giving new life to forgotten toys and immortalizing them is intriguing ways. Enjoy!
- By the light of the Silvery Moon
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Rough sketches of a series of labels I did for practice. Please click on the image to enlarge for viewing.
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This is where it all begins. It all begins with a pencil sketch. These are pretty detailed were done on a small scale. Please click on the image to see a larger scale. From here go to my website.