Skeleton holding a sledgehammer wearing a hard-hat.

Client:

The Reno Life

 

Description:

I created this illustration of a skeleton with a sledgehammer for a new apparel brand showcasing the work of DIY television personalities, called The Reno Life.  I tried to add a lot of my own style to the skeleton, and keep it tough while not scaring the kiddies away.  We did a female version as well – and I found drawing skeletons to look female is a bit challenging when you don’t have many… parts…. to work with.  This design was set up for full-color direct-to-garment printing.

 

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Skeleton holding a sledgehammer wearing a hard-hat.

I created this illustration of a skeleton with a sledgehammer for a new apparel brand showcasing the work of DIY television personalities, called The Reno Life. I tried to add a lot of my own style to the skeleton, and keep it tough while not scaring the kiddies away. We did a female version as well – and I found drawing skeletons to look female is a bit challenging when you don’t have many… parts…. to work with. This design was set up for full-color direct-to-garment printing.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com

Skeleton holding a sledgehammer wearing a hard-hat.

I created this illustration of a skeleton with a sledgehammer for a new apparel brand showcasing the work of DIY television personalities, called The Reno Life. I tried to add a lot of my own style to the skeleton, and keep it tough while not scaring the kiddies away. We did a female version as well – and I found drawing skeletons to look female is a bit challenging when you don’t have many… parts…. to work with. This design was set up for full-color direct-to-garment printing.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com

Skeleton holding a sledgehammer wearing a hard-hat.

I created this illustration of a skeleton with a sledgehammer for a new apparel brand showcasing the work of DIY television personalities, called The Reno Life. I tried to add a lot of my own style to the skeleton, and keep it tough while not scaring the kiddies away. We did a female version as well – and I found drawing skeletons to look female is a bit challenging when you don’t have many… parts…. to work with. This design was set up for full-color direct-to-garment printing.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com