These pages show some examples of traditional and digital illustration work.

Scraperboard illustration (right), which requires the artist to work from dark to light exposing white chalk under a black ink layer, is a traditional form of illustration dating to the 19th century. Many of these examples were done for book covers.

Pastels and paintings are produced using a Wacom pressure-sensitive tablet and the natural-media program, Corel Painter. Like the art of photography, there are no “originals” — just the means to make prints of the images.

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  1. Paintings

  2. Illustration