I was asked to create a vector-based, stressed-out image for a stress-ball product. A few cups of coffee later ...
A local contractor/entrepreneur asked me to create highly detailed, educational illustrations for their marketing materials. This one featured layers that could peel away and expose various areas of the home to educate the homeowner.
Colder Products Company, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of quick disconnect couplings, wanted clear, accurate, representations of their product with a custom, illustrated quality to them. Above is a sampling of product illustrations that are high-quality, detailed, resolution-independent vector artwork.
Colder often uses cut-away illustrations in presentations and printed materials to highlight the inner components and materials of their more complex couplings. The resolution-independent vector illustrations I provide are well-suited for this purpose.
At times, Colder Products Company requests a higher level of realism in the illustrations I provide for them. Pictured here are a set of fittings that display this level of detail.
These are product application illustrations created for Colder Products Company. These vector illustrations, like the others I create for COlder contain no problematic filters or complex gradiant fills, just simple, basic vector shapes easily imported into a variety of software.
Here is a style of cartooning that is clean and corporate. This particular image was intended for a book about how to manage your life, from work to holiday.
This caricature of well-known author, apologist and philosopher Norman Geisler was used in a poster to promote an upcoming conference.
This fun illustration was used as an interactive element for the website of a local contractor. With a mouse-over, sections of the house would highlight and display information on how to measure the area to obtain an accurate quote.
A good friend of mine asked if I could create an illustration that would capture the symbolism and meaning behind the location of his upcoming marriage proposal. For such a momentious occasion, I was exceedingly happy when the couple responded to the piece with delight and had it framed and hung in their home.
After looking through many of the illustrations on edwardbritz.com, Northern Technologies International Corporation ask me to create quality illustrations that would match up with an existing style and work in the software they had on sight. Many clean and educational vector illustrations have been done since then.
At times I long for more traditional mediums, to break away from the computer and use my left hand, since it does not normally get a chance to click the mouse. I must concede, however, that working with pencil and charcoal gives me an appreciation for the computer's glorious "undo" feature.