My Graphics Design Work

This military issue Colt 45 I drew from scratch piece-by-piece using a sample image I found on the Internet. This design took me almost eight hours to create.

In my on-line CorelDRAW Users Group I was asked to show the members how to create the look of chrome so I designed these nuts.

I was doing a design layout for a fifties diner menu and came up with this counter top Seeburg Jukebox. I have about seven hours into this design because of it's complexity.

I designed this logo for a fictitious rail road as part of a design challenge held in a CorelDRAW users Group I used to host on-line.

The CHP Patch & Badge I drew from scratch piece-by-piece using samples I found on the Internet. I have approximately eight hours invested to create.both images.

This is a compilation of some of the designs I have created during my fifteen years plus as a freelance graphics designer. Lots of house invested in all these designs.

Another challenge in my CorelDRAW users group was design packaging for the upcoming release of CorelDRAW.

Some of My Published Photography Work

I live in Del Webb Sun City Lincoln Hills a senior community in Lincoln, Ca. I am one of the coordinators of the Lifestyles Photography Group.

 

Our responsibility is to photograph the events that take place in the community and these photos are used in marketing materials, their web site as well as the Compass magazine a monthly magazine published for the residence of the community. Here are three examples of how my photographs have been used in the monthly publication.

Design by Square One Graphics © February 2016

“Photography is my  focus in life”