Many times clients will need special requests. This is not a problem. And arrangements can be made. Part of being an artist is to think creatively. It is important to keep open lines of communication. Often a client will have an image in their head but have a hard time trying to convey that image on to the artist. Ha, thus why they need an artist in that situation. My job is to take what is in your head and put it on paper,a digital file, canvas, etc.
As the school cartoonist for Miami University in Ohio and the Oxford Press in Oxford, Ohio, I am all to familiar with deadlines. Even in my day job it is important to have work done for a client in a timely manner. Below I want to share some examples of my work. When the Ararat Shrine Circus came to town in Topeka, Kansas, they needed digital art renditions of clowns. Clowns were created in black and white and in color vector files so they could repurpose images to any size they need without losing pixelations. Have you ever seen a poster on a building but up close it looks like a bunch of dots? Vector graphics is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes and polygons – all which are based on mathematical expressions. Simply put, one image can be used on your letterhead and that same image can be ballooned to cover the size of a building without losing the integrity of that image.