I loved this project. I created a beautifully vibrant design for Drupalcamp Atlanta 2012. This site is responsive and is built on Drupal's COD distribution. Along with designing the website I have created designs for the tshirts, stickers, session posters and more. Will post images of those items soon. Until then checkout the site and enjoy the view.
I am honored that Jonathan Milton came to me when he needed a website for his campaign to run for state representative. I have worked with Mr. Milton in the past and was eager to do so again. Time was major factor in this project so I started immediately and delivered a finished product in a few weeks. The site is beautiful, formal and classic. This site is a good example of a brochure site that has a personal touch. I integrated Facebook to the home page so that Mr. Milton can stay connected to his audience. Milton is now using his new marketing vehicle to attract as many voters as possible. Take a moment and visit the site and to vote on election day.
I submitted these three characters for the Drupal Florida logo contest. Voting is still underway. My favorite of the three is the Drupal Diver.
I developed and launched Milton Engineering in 2011. The design is relatively simple, keeping it easy to navigate. The main slideshow is beautiful and queue's visual interest immediately. The site is a great example of a brochure website. Milton Engineering communicates what they do to their intended audience. The site also has two forms, one for contact and one for project submission. This site met and exceeded my clients expectations. Working with Mr. Milton was a pleasure.
I submitted a logo design for DrupalFL. Votes are still in at this point. I took the logo and put it on some shirts and stuff. The boat was thrown in for fun.
I absolutely adore this creation of mine. I created my own custom Angry Bird, an Angry Pelican. Fun stuff huh? Then I took my base design and varied it. I was inspired by the current Angry Birds Space game which led me to the Luke and Vader variations. This was my first attempt at creating my own character. I gave myself a pat on the back for this effort.
I was provided the original sketch of this logo and I took it into Illustrator and drew it up in vector. Created both a color and black/white version. Pen tool FTW!
This is the Drupal logo that I made out of words associated with the software. Took me a while, still not a perfect piece, but I had to move on. I am happy with result. Cool piece.
I took the word Leisure and made a logo out of it. Now its time to sit back and relax.
This is a practice skateboard design that I did using the "Star Wars" theme. George Lucas please don't sue me. This is just fan art. By the way George, the prequels are terrible. But you probably already know that.
This is another piece of fan art that I created. The map is of a fictitious Seattle in the year 2072. I collected a lot of date for this project and assembled it into this cool graphic.
I am a student at IRSC and part of the Digital Media program there. For practice I created this logo.
Custom color wheel design made to fit into an eye. Thought the two ideas were perfect for each other.
I took Stephen King's book "The Long Walk", which has no movie, and created a fictitious movie poster for it. Turned out cool.
I love the book "The Alchemist" and I loved creating this fictitious cover. Disclaimer: I did not travel to the Sahara Desert to take the picture on the cover.
First attempt at converting a photo from BW to Color. Photo is of the early 20th century writer William S. Burroughs.
Now you see him. Now you don't.
Please don't tell Chuck Norris I did this too him. He might hurt me.
This was good clone tool practice.