Doom Skull is a character I created for my webcomic, X-Ray.
Follow this ex-super villain as he tries to beef up his resume.
I was hired by Ross Bollinger who runs pencilmation.com to create weekly storyboards for his animation channel on youtube.
Each episode is about the struggle between the creator and his creation. I have currently done 67+ episodes for this channel.
So This is Basically is a web series created by JelloApocalypse that looks critically at popular culture. In this series, I expanded my skills in copying different drawing styles, as well as rendering background imagery. I focused on drawing in a way that would lend well to movement and animation.
Script/Storyboards/Animation: Brendan Blaber
Art: Dane Georges
As Social Media Designer/Illustrator at Jimmy John's I was responsible for maintaining the Jimmy John’s brand visually across all social media platforms. I was also responsible for creating custom graphics, illustrations, edited video, GIFS, product designs and animations. Here are a few of the projects I worked on while there!
Ninth Letter is an arts and literary journal. The school of Art and Design at the University of Illinois and the English department work collaboratively to put this work together.
For issue 11.2, designer Bella Reinhoffer and I proposed this issue's theme, 1960's air travel. We saw each story as a trip to a different time and place and wanted to relate that visually through airports, which are places of constant arrival and departure. Other themes I explored were waiting and baggage. I did these through illustration and photography. These illustrations were not used in the final publication, but helped me explore the overlaying on 2D imagery on photography.
Our theme this year was 3-D, of which I was a part of coming up with. My physical contribution was done alongside Brian Lorenz in creating the staff photo section of the journal, which highlights designers that were in the class. To view our design the viewer needed to look through a pair of 3-D glasses that were provided in the beginning of the journal. The separate blue and red colors masks some of the faces and names, making the individuals visible.
In a world where it pays to be super, we follow the world's fastest delivery boy as he tries to get paid.
Script/Art: Dane Georges
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Comics are my true passion and are my main means of sharpening my skills as an illustrator. I love creating my own, as well as drawing classic characters, such as Batman and Superman. I prefer to draw in Adobe Photoshop using Astropad on my iPad Pro.
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This series of digital illustrations parodies beautiful food photography on social media.
Lost Planet is a functioning game created with Processing.js and Illustrator. The objective is to navigate the spaceship to safety on an abandoned planet and collect energy crystals buried underground to power your ship to escape the barren wasteland. This proved to be a challenging, yet insightful exploration of coding that I made more playful with my own interests in illustration and sci-fi.