I've made a whole bunch of variations of the Tasty cartoon, and here they are! These are mostly created using Adobe Illustrator, but some required Photoshop as well.
I created this artwork for 21st Amendment Brewery for "Tasty IPA," a collaboration beer created with the help of Tasty.
Uncle Sam Tasty brings his highest level of patriotism. I made this cartoon in celebration of the 4th of July 2017.
Santa Tasty spreads Christmas Cheer! Like actual Santa, his belly is known to shake like a bowl full of jelly. This Santa, however, brings his own cookies.
Leprechaun Tasty celebrates the St. Patrick's Day holiday with total disregard for Irish stereotypes, but get out of here with any oddly colored beer.
These are drawings, textures, logos, and scenes that I've created in Photoshop.
This is an overlay I created for Twitch streaming. For this piece I recreated every part of the original King's Quest box art from scratch, including the logos, titles, specs sticker, and background.
These are custom textures I made for my Left 4 Dead 2 campaign "Devil Mountain." Using photos I took with my phone, I adjusted their color and to made them tile seamlessly using Photoshop.
The Devil Mountain logo was created for my Left 4 Dead 2 campaign, and was used both in-game and for promotional purposes.
This is a website mock-up that was made for a client who wanted a convincing visual aid to help pitch their website idea. Careful attention was paid towards creating an image that looks like a working website.
This is the background used in the flash game Tasty Toobin, it was made entirely in Photoshop. The Hop Grenade logo was created by, and used with permission from, The Brewing Network.
I created these models for use in Left 4 Dead 2 using 3ds Max. The textures were also created by me from scratch using reference photos and Photoshop.
The Smoker Bear fire danger sign was created as a visual easter egg for fans of the Left 4 Dead games, who might recognize the iconic silhouette of the Smoker zombie.
Having this specific type of gate at the start of Devil Mountain Chapter 3 was essential in establishing the setting of a state park.
My artwork is usually pretty cartoony, but I've done a few realistic drawings as well.
These 3D models, textures, and scenes were created from scratch using Lightwave and Photoshop.
This website was created by Mark McDole © 2017