Illustrations for Chuck E. Cheese

Chuck E. Cheese has a YouTube channel where they use puppets and songs to help sell their pizzas. Recently they decided to do a music video explaining the origin story of their band of characters. Rather than use the puppets they opted for some flashback illustrations done in a watercolor storybook style. I was fortunate enough to be hired for the job.

They asked me to not illustrate the characters as puppets. Instead, they wanted me to try and match other modern 2D versions of the characters which in some cases were slightly different designs from the puppets. I did a total of nineteen illustrations. Here’s a few samples followed by the finished video:

Disney Princess Wood Cut Toy Concepts

Recently the Strottman Agency pitched the Disney Store with an idea for some Disney Princess-themed wood kits. Their concept was to have wood punch-outs with glitter stickers and a bit of interactivity with simple lights and music. The Strottman Agency roughed out the concepts and then hired me to do tight sketches with color to make it look nice for their presentation.

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Chick-Fil-A Toy Concepts for Strottman

One of my regular clients is the Strottman Agency. When they want to pitch a new kid’s meal toy idea to Chick-Fil-A, they will sometimes hire me to create visuals to help sell the concept. They are a creative bunch and usually come to me with rough ideas already in place, which makes my job easier because I mostly just have to flesh it out and make it look nice.

Here are some samples we did for a tie-in with National Geographic Kids:

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Here are some kids meal toy ideas with a superhero theme:

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And here are a couple of other misc. concepts I did for them:

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