I draw illustrations either with traditional techniques (watercolors, pencil, china, acrylics) or with digital painting or vector techniques.
I’m available for:
- Book Interior Illustration
- Children’s Picture Book Illustration
- Editorial Illustration
- Advertising Illustration (Magazines, Newspapers, Supplements, Points of sale, Exhibits, Television Commercials etc…)
- Illustration for Digital Media (Websites, Apps etc…)
- Preproduction Illustration (StoryBoards, Animatics)
- ArtWork in Motion Pictures, Television, Video
- Corporate, Institutional Illustration
- Book Jacket/Cover Illustration
- Fantastic Art
- Package Illustration (Music, DVDs, Software, Apps, Retail Products)
- Greeting Card & Retail Product Illustration (Greeting Card, Poster, Calendar, Paper Product etc…)
Like the cartoonist, an illustrator is asked to create visual representations that can be developed using different techniques.
The illustration can be in the form of a drawing, a painting, a montage.
It’s typically used in publishing to describe or match a written text, but it can also be decorative or used in advertising as a basis for storyboards for movies and animations.
Today, the illustrator can engage in different activities: children’s books,essays, education, concept art for movies or video games, advertising andeditorial illustration.
Comic Art and Cartoons
I draw comics in the style that best fits the purpose, from the humorous to the adventurous genre, using traditional and digital techniques.
I create single or multi-panel cartoons, comic strips, comic books.
- Comic Books
- Magazine Cartooning
- Editorial Cartooning
- Flash Cartoons
The necessity of the human being to tell stories through writing and drawing is revealed from the very beginning, when our ancestors adorned the walls of their caves with hunting and daily life scenes.
Since then things have certainly changed, in form and method, but still today the basic impulse to narrate seems to be unchanged.
The comics medium combines images and text to create stories.
People usually think that the creation of a comic book depends on good drawings… comic art is actually a very complex discipline, where good drawing skills (anatomy, perspective, expression) must be coupled with ability in storytelling, direction of the page, rhythm management and graphs balance.