A little about my artwork:
I interpret the words written on a page by telling the story behind the story working with pen and ink, watercolor and Photoshop, I fuse old techniques with modern ones to create a world that every drawing can speak to a child or grownups.
Well not "the" call but a text message from my niece, "Hi uncle Steve do you have time to talk?" I called Me: Hi Her: what are you up to? Doing any projects? She wanted to know if I had time to do some artwork for her as part of an assignments for one of her college courses. Me: How many? Her: Only 20 Me: By when? Her: I need them by cousin Marks wedding Me: That's two weeks away Her: I know Me: What class is this for? Her: Picture book writing (something like that) Me: Okay this is what I can do for you
So I started...
I decided to treat it like a book dummy I figured it was the only way it will get done on time. I broke down her version of Pandora's Box into a storyboard format and picked a handful of sketches to do as finished artwork.
Then I added the text I am no graphic designer so I make no claims that I understand fonts and what works best with illustrations; I did the best I could with what I had to work with.
It was a lot of hard work but I got it done on time. I personally think it should of been an A+ but her school does dot give them out.