Here's the logo for the Pittsburg Seafood Festival I just sent out to the client for approval. Art is colored with pencil crayons and washed with odorless turpentine. It's been awhile since I've used this technique as there seems to be more interest in the patterned ink illustrations I'm doing right now. I forgot how lonnnnnng this technique takes. It takes some time to build up the layers with the pencil crayon. I still have a set of 6 smaller illustrations to complete. I'll post them when they are done.
This is the revised sketch for the Pittsburg Seafood Festival logo I am creating for this year's celebration. It incorporates a lot of elements from the downtown area and specific items from the festival. Just waiting for approval before I do the final drawing and color it. Then the type will need to be added. I'll post the final as soon as I get there.
I am also going to do a series of small illustrations for the website as well as a mailer and billboard. Big fun. ;-)
A couple of my pieces displayed at OVCAG's The Language of Clay exhibit at the Olive Hyde Gallery. For more info about the show click here. For more photos of the show click here. Here's a great article about the show which is published in the Tri-City Voice newspaper.