Samples of Illustration ArtworkHydraulic cylinder rack illustrationOriginal diagram from notes to illustrate hydraulic cylinder teaming. This configuration illustrates a machine that pulls pipe underground for pipeline rehabilitation. The configuration show generates 480,000 lbs of pulling pressure.Marine stern tube seal illustrationFully vectored translation of manufacturer-supplied images.This image began as a bitmap drawing that was too small for the intended use. Therefore it needed to be vectorized to make it scalable to a final dimension of 4 feet wide to accommodate display requirements for trade show purposes.Home Design illustrationThis drawing was created to illustrate construction possibilities using cast 6’ concrete blocks instead of wood.This image was needed in vector format so that equal clarity was possible in small brochure-based display as well as banner size for presentations and display booth applications.Impeller action illustrationConcept drawing for discussion purposes during R&D phase.Transparency of certain image components was required to give the viewer a more accurate idea of how the finished product was configured.Illustration of a luxury homeThe illustration was produced for a company offering a new product of pre-fabricated building components. The drawing was meant to be conceptual in nature to convey a range of possibilities rather than to illustrate and actual floor plan.Illustration of a Machine ComponentThe illustration was produced for use in a fabricating and assembly shop. The final image also contained dimensional data and matrial specifications. The illustration indicated where weld beads were to be placed and we inserted a sub-drawing to illustrate to machinists how the device was to function. Illustration of a MachineThe illustration was produced to realistically demonstrate a prototype of a specialized tool. Working from actual plans and dimensions, as well as measuring individual components, the illustration seeks to be as life-like as possible. This process can also be accomplished by importing 3D CADD drawings, removing the excess lines, joining the required shapes and then adding textures and details.
Related Article:Computer Screen Images vs. Printed Images— know the differences between web page art and printed artwork.Illustration of a Nikon DSLR CameraThis illustration was created for a professional photographer who uses this particular camera model, and wanted to use it as an inclusion in an eBook she was writing.This illustration again illustrates the clean realism that vector art programs can generate.