The third illustration I created for the DocNetwork group, has now gone active over on their "DayCareDoc" website. It is part of their medical record websites which I have been lucky enough to have designed their represntative characters for. These include DayCareDoc, SchoolDoc, and CampDoc.
My latest freelance job for SchoolDoc is now being used over on their website and marketing materials. This website is part of a larger overall project including CampDoc and an additional soon to be launched project. I have been lucky enough to have been able to design several different characters for their group.
My little "Lame Duck" illustration has shown up on the Promise of America website, the Dave Manuel website, Sherry Glasser's website, Grouchy Days website and a dozen or so other places. At least most of them actually purchased it. I am in no way responsible for the content on any of these websites. So if you do not agree with them, let them know, not me. *laughter*
Every once in awhile someone offers to buy up the license of one of my stock images to take over the ownership of the design. This is the case with Grandpa George, or Grandpa's. The little grey haired old guy was the illustration in question. This little guy is used on their website, and their marketing materials.
Several months ago for a freelance job, I designed a doctor character for a group called CampDoc. I have seen the image in action on their website; but this is the first time I have seen the design in action in other ways they have used it. Including a 6 foot tall stand-up of the doctor. It is really fun for me to see my design for them out in the world, and some of the different ways it is being used.
A couple months back I created a custom design for a pet supply chain down in Austin, TX called Tomlinson's. Here you can see the super hero pets that I created for their store. I didn't realize they were going to be as large of a part in the final design you see above; but I think they look great. And modesty is my best feature.
I was just informed my "Don't You Want a Hug!" creepy bear design was selected to be used as one of main site images on the visitor landing page starting September 19th... then a few second later someone purchased one of the the shirts over on the site. I guess advertising really does pay.
A few weeks back I was asked to create a character for a new iPhone application called Coaching Wizard. I was just informed the application is now available over in the Apple store. I was tasked to create the wizard you see holding the soccer ball in the icon and in the application itself. If you would like to read more about what the application can do, make sure you check out the official web for the product.