Thursday, December 14, 2006

Christmas time



These are a couple of illustrations I did for a marketing company a few years ago. To be honest, I don't actually remember where these were used, but since they're holiday themed, I thought it'd be nice to post them here.

The first one was a board game (obviously), and the second was the cover for an activity book (I think). They were both drawn in ink and then coloured in photoshop, and they're pretty indicative of the kind of illustration I did for children's publications a few years a go.

4 comments:

Bill Nolan said...

Looks like this is as good a time as any to wish you a Merry Christmas!

- Bill

Adam said...

I really like the Karnhuset illustrations. I like how you've drawn the toys in the background of one of them and I love the girl peeping out from the lower left corner of the picture of the agency building. A nice touch.
Also, thank you for the nice words on my blog. I assume it wasn't another M. Cho. I'm quite pleased with how that piece turned out. Especially the mood of it.
How's Grasshopper coming along?

Anonymous said...

I can tell these are old illustrations. Remember back in the day when you could draw kids on a toboggan and they didn't need helmets, safety goggles, knee and elbow pads? They still look good though. Nice colours!

m cho said...

Bill: Thanks, Bill! And a merry Christmas and a happy new year to you and your family too!

Adam: Thanks, Adam! Yup, that was me commenting on your fabulous piece. As for the Grasshopper...next year...next year...

BMC: hahah! Yeah, I'm kinda glad I'm not drawing kids in ridiculous safety gear as they build a snowman, or something even more innocuous.