Posts Tagged ‘portfolio’

Nafiz’s Heirloom Tomatoes

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Last year, I was asked to design a logo and image for a T-shirt. This is the finished image that adorned the back of the T-shirt:

Nafiz's Tomatoes, T-shirt Design

Nafiz's Tomatoes, T-shirt Design

I know the family that this design was done for and a lot of what you see in the illustration is a not-so-funny inside joke. Still, when I look at it, it makes me smile because it makes me think of Nafiz and tomatoes and having a passion for something that you do–like the passion that Nafiz has for his heirloom tomatoes.

It also reminds me that tomato season is coming soon.

Portfolio Problems

Monday, September 28th, 2009

For some odd reason, I can’t get one of the images in my portfolio to display properly. All of the images display at full size, except for the page from “The Mystery of the Manse” that I inked. That one page is displaying at about 200%. I may have to rebuild the whole gallery, which is a pain, but I do want my work to present well.

Comic Book, Page, Inks: "Mystery of the Manse"

Comic Book, Page, Inks: "Mystery of the Manse"

I should just delete the image, seeing as how I only inked it, but I’m really happy with how it turned out. Mike Moss, the artist who drew the page did such a great job–to date, I still believe that this is some of his best work–but, maybe the sizing issue is a sign.

Update: The media uploader changed my file names. I used double-dashed in my file names and the software changed them to a single dash. For the Haunted Mansion page, I manually updated the file by copying it into the directory on my server and I didn’t rename it to match the given names of the other files.