Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Lemonade Girl

This is an illustration I did for a local insurance company. The ad copy makes the case that the right insurance coverage can help you turn lemons into lemonade (how sweet is that?).

This was painted digitally using Photoshop with a Wacom tablet. And here are three of the ads in the series:

4 comments:

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Robert I really loved all the illustrations and Lemonade girl is wonderful, but I have to tell you that I loved the boy in the snow ball with on Skies! It'a a hoot! he he he! Great illustrations.

JOHN B. WATSON said...

I love everything about this illustration: Facial expression, composition and colors. The digital paint-job is amazingly convincing. Most people would be hard-pressed to guess that it wasn't acrylic or oil. Outstanding! Thanks for posting my favorite of this series of ads.

Chuck said...

I agree, I love it when you can't tell which medium the person used to create the piece espacially when it is done digitally. Great work, Robert.

I love the snow ball one too, I would love to see it larger!

JOHN B. WATSON said...

Chuck: Sometimes dreams DO come true. Robert posted the guy on skis trapped in the giant snowball in March (the 19th to be precise.) you can view it larger and in all it's digitally painted glory by traveling back in time a bit on this blog. Enjoy!

--John B. Watson