Back when I was living in the Honky-Tonk of the Wildwoods, in New Jersey, during the
summer of 2005, I was contacted to produce illustrations for the cover of Field and Stream
magazine’s 110th anniversary edition. I’m not a hunter, and have very little luck catching fish (so far), but I thought this was a really cool assignment. So I took it on.
Here’s the lead page of the cover article:
So, one by one, in this feature, the tips are listed. And are pretty interesting. Here are a few examples…
Producing this collection of spot illustrations, I had to limit the detail level of
each sample of the original art, in order to have them print well.
This example reveals the rather low-detail treatment I brought to the assignment:
Stay tuned for the next installment— why I am not fighting Plaque.