Archive for Illustration

Metrognome

Over the past few years, I’ve been printed 9 times at shirt.woot.com, and “Metrognome” is the first design that has lived through their weekly “reckoning”. For those who aren’t familiar with shirt.woot, they print a new shirt every day, printed on American Apparel for $10 including shipping. After their one day in the spotlight, they [...]

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No Match for a Good Blaster – except maybe a giveaway!

I have a new t-shirt design that I’ve been working on for quite awhile, and this time it’s debuting in my very own shop!   Inspired by the classic Han Solo quote “Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.” this design collects famous guns, blasters, disintigrators, [...]

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Decisions, Decisions

I have a new design that just went up for scoring at Threadless! “Decisions, Decisions” combines pirates, Apple products, puns, and the overwhelming nature of shopping in today’s product-glutted consumer culture. It was a great excuse to do a classically styled drawing with a nib pen, and I’m excited about how the final design came [...]

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Serenity Sake

Browncoats! Clothes looking a mite tired after too many hours in the saddle? Shirts showing a bit of age – not to mention blood, sweat and engine grease? You’ll look all kinds of silly stomping into a fancy soiree wearing clothes that a Reaver chewed on, so you may want to consider spiffing things up [...]

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Winter Break

We’ve just received our first snowfall of the year here in NC, and as much as I enjoy the crisp feeling of a winter morning, the sound of a roaring fire in our fireplace and the deliciousness of hearty winter soups, it also seems like a vacation to warmer climes wouldn’t go amiss either. So [...]

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Fun with Illustrator’s 3D tool

I’m no 3D artist, so I know that I’m not getting the most from the incredible 3D tools that Illustrator offers, but I wanted to show you one quick thing that I DO use them for in some of my t-shirt designs that has been phenomenally helpful to me: perspective on complex, round objects. I [...]

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