|Illustrations of the Mothman|
|Last Updated: July 22, 2009|
|I first began generating illustrations for Dr. Jon Lindsey of N.C. State University back in 2001 at the urging of an industrial design professor I had at the time. Typical projects required a few hours to execute illustrations of porphyrin molecules and chemical processes for journal articles penned by Dr. Lindsey.
Over time, Dr. Lindsey's illustration requirements became more complex and culminated in my illustration of the March 5, 2004 Journal of Organic Chemistry cover (first row, fourth from the left below). I also recently illustrated the cover of the May 1, 2009 JOC cover (first row, fifth from the left below). The majority of my illustration work to date has been for various academic departments and commercial entities in need of supporting artwork for SBIR grants, for example. While most projects can be completed in 2-10 hours, occasionally some efforts require 20-30 hours to complete.
I have also developed or recreated vector artwork for a number of corporate logos alongside the layout of corporate I.D. packages (business cards, letterhead, and envelopes). If it involves illustration, I'm typically interested and can give you a good idea of the time typically required once we discuss your need. References are available upon request.