Sometimes I’m called on to create classy drawings for Polo-Ralph Lauren. Here are some panels from two different storyboarding projects – one for a commercial, and the other for an instructional video about decorative painting.
I went on a tour of the Ralph Lauren office when I was working with them on an illustration project, and we met an employee in the hallway. They asked me if I could draw pants, I replied “Yes,” and that’s how these drawings came about.
I made these illustrations from reference photos – I was given a stack of clothing, and my friend Sean McBride helped with the photography as I tried out my best pant poses. So, If you see some blueprint-style advertisements in Macy’s, that’s me wearing those pants!
The last two images were accidents – I forgot to switch layers off in Flash – but I kinda like how they look so I thought you might be interested.