I am posting here my most recent pieces. I created these Sunday night / Tuesday morning. It's been a long time since I've worked through execution so quickly, and, thus, marks momentous occasion for me in and of itself.
I've been elected to create a monthly newsletter for my day-job. I've incorporated a "how to" section into this newsletter. In an attempt to satisfy my own desire for drawing practice and to gather material for and "art" resume, I've decided to create some how-to illustrations for the loading of a lamination machine for the upcoming "How-To" section of the newsletter.
These are the first two completed illos drawn at home and their loose reference sketches, along with the original, tighter reference drawing of the entire machine I'd done on-site during a Sunday over-night shift.
What do you think?
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