Full-page ABM ad for Starlight Music Chronicles magazine.
As an experienced digital artist, I’ve created many on-demand projects. That is, people have come to me with specific images in mind and I’ve delivered:
- Banner art for websites
- Image- and text-based logos
- Album and track art for SoundCloud, Bandcamp and other music sites
- Slate graphics for film
- Brochures and flyers
I’m always happy to hear from people and help them turn their specific ideas into custom digital art. Yet I largely work like a stock image resource, and that benefits anyone on a budget.
You see, any form of art takes time. That’s why most digital art and graphics are so expensive, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
I work from inspiration to create my own style of art and post it here and/or on places like Behance and Ello, and my art isn’t for everyone. Yet some people do like it, and others like it enough that they email me at email@example.com to license a piece or two for use now and then. And that costs them a fraction of what custom art normally costs.
Said differently, I’m someone who lets his art find its way in the world, as I did with the sample portfolio images below. Hope you enjoy them.
Opening film graphic.
Stylized and restored photo of the downtown train station in Guelph, Ont.
Logo for a small business.
Opening slide to one of ABM’s business presentations.
Hand-drawn graphics, later photographed and worked digitally to produce the image directly below.
Website banner graphic for a progressive rock music blog.
Still frame from an art video.
Website banner image.
Still frame from the ABM music video “Oh What a Concept.”
Hand-drawn graphic, later photographed and work digitally to produce the image directly below.
The completed image from the hand-drawn graphic directly above.
Poster image (before text).
Stylized photo restoration and still frame from the ABM art video “Half-World.”
Another opening slide from an ABM business presentation.
Photo elements restored and stylized for the completed image directly below.
“Snow Globe House,” from the photo elements shown directly above.
Another hand-drawn graphic, later photographed and worked digitally to produce the finished image directly below.
The completed image of the hand-drawn graphic directly above.
Dragon image, first drawn by hand then worked digitally to resemble a broach.
Social-media promo image for the Rockwood Farmers’ Market.
Hand-drawn floating island graphic, later mixed with other elements to produce the final image directly below.
Always a good message for anyone.
Facebook promotional image for the Rockwood Farmers’ Market.
Various Facebook promo images for the Rockwood Farmers’ Market.
Client photo restoration.