Monday, November 29, 2010
The Factory (non-Warhol)
"Marge, I'm sorry I tried to make gravy in the bathtub, I'm sorry I used your wedding dress to wax the car, oh, well, let's just say I'm sorry for the whole marriage up to this point."
Sorry, sorry. It's been brought to my attention by several parties that I haven't updated in a while. I've been working like crazy and just haven't had the time or inclination. Consider this and the Homer quote my mea culpa. I'll be updating over the next couple of days with tons of new work.
The first is an illustration of a factory for Decagon Devices. The factory is a representation of a mid-sized food producer that makes cookies and biscuits. Decagon's Aqualab Duo has a bunch of applications throughout the factory and this illustration is meant to...well...er, illustrate that. Follow-up illustrations with more specificity are in the works now.
This project was super fun, but I've never worked so hard in my life. Before this, the most work I put into a project was the University of Idaho campus map. By comparison, that project was a breeze. Each of the factory's areas has specific equipment that had to be illustrated individually in multiple point perspective. It ended up being an average of 10+ hours per day for 15 days in a row. Here's the result.