#56 IT WAS FRUITFUL BEING AN ILLUSTRATOR – PART 2

In some ways, 2020 has been a fruitful year for me painting-wise. More to come . . .

ILLUSTRATING MY LIFE

In 2016, I was busy working for Tillamook Dairy Company. I had a few other small jobs scattered here and there, but my work has been very sparse since then.

There was an exception, though. I had a steady stream of illustrations over the next four years for 1800 Margarita Mixes. Each label illustration had to be consistent and fit in with the bottle design and flavor banner. My client requested that all of the elements be rendered to completion so they could be placed on separate layers. I would scan my painting and reassemble everything with shadows for the final illustration.

Because of a non-disclosure agreement, I am only sharing flavors that are currently in stores. I have illustrated other ones that aren’t yet available.

A closer look.

On this blog, I have discussed how I combine traditional and digital techniques with this post: #47 LAYERS IN MY LIFE…

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About Judy

I'm an illustrator by profession. At this juncture in my life, I am pursuing my dream of writing and composing music. Every day of my life is precious!
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5 Responses to #56 IT WAS FRUITFUL BEING AN ILLUSTRATOR – PART 2

  1. Belinda O says:

    Such beautiful illustrations, Judy. You are indeed talented!!!!

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  2. Ann Coleman says:

    You know, as much as we complain about 2020, there are a few good things that came from it. It helps me to concentrate on that…my new granddaughter, for instance!

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