I specialize in hand-drawn scratchboard illustration and have for the last 25 years: I've been a freelance illustrator for over 40 years.
However, I also love working with Adobe Illustrator. I usually don't show other styles of illustration other than scratchboard as it tends to confuse prospective clients as to what I do, but I've reached a point in my career now that I'm ready to make a change. My plan is to switch from the hand-drawn work to digital. Adobe Illustrator will be my primary software of choice, and isometric with realistic lighting will be the main method of drawing.
What I'm posting here are pieces I did in Illustrator for a personal projected on equipment and people of WWII. Most were designed to work as posters.
I welcome comments with opinions of this work and on my decision to switch styles.
Detail of B-24 Liberator
Detail of B-26 Marauder
Douglas C-47 Skytrain
Detail of F4U-1A Corsair
Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
Detail of Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
Detail of P-51B Mustang
Waco CG-4A Glider
Detail of USS Arizona
Washington County Courthouse in Potosi, MO, as it looked during WWII years.
Detail of courthouse.
Glenn Miller in his WWII military uniform.
GMC 4X6 Truck
WWII ambulance. This piece was featured in the Adobe Illustrator 10 Bible.
Light Tank M3