Cook Creative Media lays down some seriously cartoony illustrations for the brand new Adelaide Airport Car Park Ad!
Here is the brand new Adelaide Airport Multi-level Car Park advertisement from the website video production company Creativa. Gair Cook from Cook Creative Media had a great time sketching up the illustrations for this fun and informative video.
Cook Creative Media’s resident illustrator and concept artist, Gair Cook, created the stunning character illustrations and background digital matte paintings for the Australian Milkybar kid commercial. Gair had previously produced artwork for the New Zealand Milkybar Kid commercial featuring the first female Milkybar Kid.
We hope you enjoy the commercial as much as the Cook Creative Media team does!
The milkybars are on him!!
The competition starts off with a Wham! Team Caulfield's Glam Rock themed instant restaurant 'Lipstyk Zebra' kicked off the first round of My Kitchen Fools.
With the prize of an all inclusive dinner out, the 3 teams feel the heat in the kitchen as they all try to bedazzle their way to victory.
THE MILKYBAR'S ARE ON ME!!! The latest Milkybar Kid television commercial with some bonus Illustrations and Matte Paintings by Gair Cook
Here she is! The Milkybar Kid for a new generation.
Here are some variations of the painted background. They needed to be in the style of an old Wild West Action Comic.
These were illustrations for the final shot of the book cover. All these images were composited into the commercial in post production by the fantastic VFX team.
I hope you enjoyed the finished commercial and some of the featured illustrations by the Cook Creative Media Team.
I start with Blue coloured Pencil to sketch out the image with as much detail as I can. I also try to keep the pencil lines as clear as possible to avoid confusion later.
Next I draw over the best blue lines with a darker grey pencil adding as much detail, shadow, and depth as I desire. I decided not to shade this image or add any black shadows to keep it light and simple.
I remove the blue pencils with a filter on Photoshop. This is an animation technique that has saved me hundreds of hours of clean up from my images and storyboards.
I then use photoshop to colour the image and can push the painting as realistic or cartoony as I wish. I chose grey shades for this image to keep it fast and dramatic.
Thanks for checking out my images. To see more go to my online portfolio located at the Cook Creative Media website with this link: http://www.cookcreativemedia.com/illustration1.html