Some assembly required – illustration building

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I’m taking a new approach to a commissioned illustration project. I’m drawing each piece separately and then assembling it in Photoshop. Why? Well, I’ve done some assembly before (on an as-needed, less-planned basis) and it’s worked well. And even though it might be a little more work up front, this way I’ll have more control over editing: sizing, placement, future tweaks, etc. And I’d have the flexibility to easily use different parts of the illustration in future images.

In-progress artwork by Sheri Roloff

Right now it looks pretty random, but soon it will be one cohesive image. Final imagery coming soon!

Commissioned painting: Creative Flow

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Creative Flow is a commissioned piece I created for a Milwaukee-based writer. The piece resides directly over her writing desk as a visual depiction of the creative process. The client was great to work with. She selected the colors, canvas size (30″ x 40″) and overall theme of gears and I took it from there. The result is something we are both proud of.

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If you are interested in custom work, please feel free to email me to get the conversation started: tellmelucille@gmail.com.