Hey, universe! I’d love to work on some packaging designs for kick ass beverages. Let’s talk!
It’s been quiet here because I’m up to my ears in design work. Here’s a piece I posted on Instagram with some notes on composition.
That’s not a photo. The cartridge was made entirely using Photoshop.
Below are two versions. One a “Mint” condition edition, and another that’s seen some history.
I designed a house ad for CARtoons magazine, which was printed in issue #10. The version in the mag is black and white. Here’s a colored version to check out. -Krishna
After combing through old papers and such, I came across several drawings I made in middle school and high school. One of those was BORF, chief bad guy for an anthropomorphic team known as SWEAT. I wanted to take another crack at BORF to see what he might look like after not drawing him for so many years.
Went a bit more experimental this time around. Sometimes coloring outside of the lines is just as fun.
For me, the best way to explore Photoshop is to build something that already exists.
I’ve always said that the lasso tool is one of Photoshop’s most underrated tools.
Working on designs for craft beers is another dream of mine. Here’s one for a fictitious brew that you might enjoy.
It’s been a while since I posted a car illustration… -Krishna
Testing the waters with some longboard design. It’s a bucket list goal of mine to professionally contribute designs for a quality deck manufacturer. -Krishna
“Always keep learning” is my motto. And because I’ve always desired to take courses to improve my craft, I recently signed up to take a character design course on Schoolism. Here’s my iterative process and final design for a character description I was assigned before progressing to Lesson 2.