We thought it might be fun to show you our last 3 Wired editorial pieces … as well as their extremely humble beginnings. Some artists spend a great deal of time getting their sketches just right in order to save time on the final piece – concentrating on small details at the end, and in turn wrapping it up quicker. Us? Well, our early conceptual stages involve paper, pencil, a scanner and around 2 minutes. Our goal is to quickly convey our thoughts on composition, perspective and balance. Then of course we anxiously wait for the fun part to happen after our editor says “Go!”
All illustrations are featured in the ‘TEST: Burning Question’ section each month.
Dolorean: “How Do I Future-Proof My Digital Media?”
Trees: “How Do I Make My GPS Better?”
Man: “Why Don’t I Have Wireless Internet Everywhere?”