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Illustration.

Any Student.

WHITEBOARD ANIMATION ART.

Faceless.

This faceless student—meant to represent any student—was created using Adobe Illustrator for use in a whiteboard animation video. Because the whiteboard animation “draws” the image during the video, the original image must be layered properly with the images being drawn first in the top layer. The illustration pad and coffee stains were rendered in Adobe Photoshop.

Illustration by Paul W. Perry, Faceless Student

Information.

MAKE IT CLEAR.

Simple iconic imagery.

The diagram below the image of the book to the right was created in Adobe Illustrator. Originally for a blog article, this image illustrates the five building blocks necessary to help your team bridge the gap between current reality and their final objective.

Illustration by Paul W. Perry, Information Graphic

Signature.

MAKE IT REAL.

Complete with smudge.

This signature plate is not a scan. Instead, it is a vector image created in Adobe Illustrator using a fine, dry-erase marker brush. The image was then brought into Adobe Photoshop to add extra noise and the ink smear using the wind blast filter and the smudge tool.

Illustration by Paul W. Perry, Vector Signature

Planets.

VIDEO BACKGROUND IMAGES.

“The Final Frontier.”

Starting with the image of the volcanic explosion (bottom right), I used Adobe Photoshop to create an image of a young planet and its moon against a field of stars.

Planet illustration by Paul W. Perry

Yoda.

JUST FOR FUN.

“Do or do not. There is no try.”

Wise words that inspired me to pick up a pencil and make it happen. I drew this image of Yoda when I was in high school, back when the first trilogy was relatively fresh. OK, you caught me, a Star Trek reference and now Star Wars—I’m a geek.

Illustration by Paul W. Perry, drawing of Yoda

Other Work.

Advertisements by Paul W. Perry
Brochures by Paul W. Perry
Logos by Paul W. Perry
Photographs by Paul W. Perry
Websites by Paul W. Perry