I have recently had the pleasure of drawing some very nice people as superheroes.
These are some good people who work to help others on a daily basis, and that after all is what superheroes do!
The drawings are based on real people who had to identify their core strength in a team, and come up with a name forthemselves were they a superhero. Little did they know their employer had actually commissioned me to draw them in their superhero role. This group loved their avatars, and the idea seems to be picking up new heroes along the way.
If you would like me to draw you or someone you know as a superhero just get in touch,
This is what my client had to say about my work on this job:
"I wanted sketches of my staff as superheroes to honor their specific skills, and it was hard find an artist who could properly - and affordably - bring the idea to life. Rebecca nailed it, and the artwork was a hit with my team and our entire company. She was responsive, creative, open to my ideas, and a joy to work with."
Director of Communications
The James Irvine Foundation
Homer or Kubrick? Is this furniture or a concept game or what? Are you still wondering? Is this a New Years card to comfort you in your intergenerational stresses or an invite to a mega battle round at Simon's. He takes his gaming seriously. Perhaps it's a metaphor for marriage, or a very posh garage sale poster. Maybe its interactive and they are doors to different worlds? I'd like that, a game where you sit in a chair and the environment manifests according to the deign principles of that chair. You can get up and walk around in that world and go back to that chair to return to the menu.
I made this one because I am quite partial to a bit of roller skating. I haven't roller skated for quite a while to be honest but the idea of it still makes me happy. If you happen to be currently near a roller disco and in need of some ridiculous fun, I say get your ankle warmers and sports jacket on and go go go.
This one's a canteen where your Tapas comes to you on a conveyor belt - as in Sushi.
I like to do my bit to promote things that will make your world a better place. Somethings are so good they are timeless.
So, for this month's installment, part 2 "rabbit stew again?", I went to a lot of trouble to contact my (imaginary) great great great granddaughter who lives in the year 2115. All I needed to do to achieve this seemingly impossible feat was to bury a time capsule!
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