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Watercolor illustrations for Royal Cane toppings
This series of illustrations is for the packaging design of toppings. I drew these illustrations for Royal Cane. Royal Cane searched for an artist and saw my watercolor botanical illustrations on Behance. Then Royal Cane offered me to draw watercolor illustrations for their packaging of topp...
Characters Design
I've selected a few characters that I have created for myself or a client. Here it shows a little bit of the mood I want to reach while drawing them. Most reactions I receive from it is how cute they are sometimes, but for me this styles is also about fun. I like to enjoy the process to make sure th...
By the Pool
"By the pool" is a post-digital collage used as a render for the representation of an architectural space. I like to work with "post-digital collages" because whilst a photorealistic render showcases perfectly the physical aspects of a project it can often feel very cold. The best results in an ...
ADVOCACIA - ALFREDO NARCISO
Visual identity of a customer inspired by the initials of his name, I used all techniques to give lightness and originality. It contains a visit card, band etc....
Bananapus
It's a combination of a fruit banana and a sea animal octopus combined....
Ahoi project
Illustration done for the novel titled "Ahoi" for Letrame Editorial, Spain....
Burglar
A Japanese burglar has a mustache and a green cloth of arabesque pattern. So I made the character have them. It is a digital illustration combining the character I created and a Japanese burglar. This character is characterized by always wearing eggshells. I drew it using CLIP STUDIO PAINT, and it t...
Obscure Divinity
Obscure Divinity is a project I have been working on and off for about thirteen years. All illustrations are concepts, although some characters have permanent designs. The story follows Judith and Atlas on a journey of discovering their identities after years of solitude and abuse....
The girl and the grape juice
Re-reading of Aesop's fable "The fox and the grapes" for a collab in which several illustrators made their own interpretation of the fable....