8.06.2009

Courantly


”This illo was for the Hartford Courant (get the title). I've been a big fan of this publication since I spent some time with Devon Bowman in 3rd year. The work he did for them was awesome. The article was about doing your kids school supply shopping online. this was really fast turn around (by my standards) - assigned 2 days before due date, not normally a big problem but i had another job due the same day. long story short im feeling tired.
I really like the way this piece turned out - mostly the way its drawn - i felt excited about it as soon as i was finished it, which is rare... i want my style to take this direction more.”

Thanks Chris, it was a pleasure to be able to work with you.

10 comments:

Juan Carlos Solon said...

Peter Thomas Patrick Ryan you speed demon you!!!!!!

YEAH!!!!!!

Daniel Hertzberg said...

Seems like your style is getting cleaner... bolder outlines than before, perhaps. More graphic and simultaneously, more gangsta. Great idea!

Yuta Onoda said...

Great piece Pete!!! You are a beast!!

YEAH!!!!

Nimit Malavia said...

This is looks awesome Pete!! Way to go buddy!

YEAH!!!!!!

bryce huffman said...

I like how you bled the trees into the figure outline. You probably have already done this is some older pieces, but do it again. For me.

pete ryan said...

thanks you guyz!!!

Hyein Lee said...

Mouse as a backpack! I love the idea.

Artemesia said...

Do the flying papers and dropped pencil indicate that they are being left behind in favour of the electronic backpack which holds nearly everything? Glad to see he is still holding his books.

pete ryan said...

It wasnt intentionally a commentary on the advent of "electronic education" but it IS completely the case. interesting observation!

Artemesia said...

Interesting that it was not conscious.
A true creative mind: the spark!