5-color design and separation: white, gold, red, brown, and black ink. One of my best seps so far! Notice the football is a different color brown than the turkey body – that effect was achieved by doing an interlocking halftone shade of red in the football.
Also notable about this separation is that we did overlapping, interlocking wet-on-wet red and gold ink (gold after red) to achieve the very smooth gradients. Flashing between the colors didn’t turn out nearly so well!
A subtle halftone print for a high school production of Cinderella
This logo for Bedford High School was done in the style of the UMass Lowell Riverhawks, using the existing Bedford Buccaneer logo.
4-color separation for hooded sweatshirts, including print order animation and the finished product!
I took a bad photograph of a creased child’s drawing and turned it into a T-shirt design!
Making a new family crest while on vacation! A bunch of my family members made these, and then we used them as our team logos in our ping-pong tournament! I used pencil, roller pen, and finally colored pencil.
Experimenting with representing color separations as gif files. Here is a separation I did for some Trombone Shorty t-shirts. His artist created the artwork.
A project from 2007 or 2008. This customer wanted his exact excavator on a shirt, with his silhouette in the cab. I drew it from machine catalog photographs and later did the color separation.
New logo design for Allston Brighton Youth Hockey, including an illustration of my process