Reach out at Ross.Boone@RawSpoon.com or call/text to (303) 359-4232
I’ve done illustration/animation/writing work for:
My physical products have been found in:
I have done graphic recording through The Sketch Effect for these clients:
- My services: Illustration/graphic design, Animation and Product Design
- Here are some Credentials (recommendations and media)
- Please reach out at Ross.Boone@RawSpoon.com or (303) 359-4232
Demo Reel of Illustration and Animation:Here is a sample illustrated for a client’s kids book.
Here is a quick sample of product design.
I have degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design, and am pursuing a Masters in Theology. I mostly do illustration and animation. But I also design outdoor products for multiple companies. I also write for Focus on The Family (for their young adults blog, Boundless) so I can do some writing for you too!
Live chalk art in front of 1100 people at Blackshear Place Baptist Church. The Sketch Effect hires me to do live note taking at conferences, and other events.
Here I and another Sketch Effect artist recorded William Massey’s Creative Morning (Atlanta) talk on Serendipity! Such a privilege!
Downloadable small group questions for Andy Stanley’s TV show, YourMove.is
Album art (and video) for Wilder Adkins’ song, Side by Side!
This will show on the JUMBOTRON during Sacrament Kings games! I did the illustration, character design, scenes. Katie Hawkins did the animation on this one. Thanks for including me Katie!
Here is my art commissioned by New York Times bestselling novelist Joshilyn Jackson for her book “The Almost Sisters“. It is mentioned in this radio article for Atlanta Public Radio (37:18) and another time in this review of her book in Atlanta Journal Constitution!
Here is part of the lecture notes given out with one of Andy Stanley’s TV messages on YourMove. These flyers were each distributed to about 50,000 addresses.
Here are some website icons for Joe Bunting and The Write Practice:
Label for mason jar full of clover honey, for promotional collateral:
I partnered with The Sketch Effect to create the art for the banners and notebooks given out at Delta’s internal training event.
Working with the Sketch Effect we created this wall for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta!
Art for the Decatur Book Festival
I work with “The Sketch Effect” to do live visual note taking. Let me know if you’d like your event live sketched! (303)359-4232. Check out my Instagram to see more personal live sketches of sermons.
Map for the East Atlanta Village Urban Air Market!
Here are some renderings using only Adobe Illustrator:
City on a hill.
Called “God’s Pause”
Some fans. Aww, thanks, guys.
An interpretation of The Last Supper: (get prints here)
Art for collateral items. “What manatees say” (get prints here)
Book cover design for “Nilsen Prize For First Novel” winner, Anne Corbitt. See if you can find the word “Lying” hidden in the maze.
Just a polar bear on an iceberg. (get prints here)
Here are illustrated elements for Judson Jones’ cocktail blog: http://www.backdoorbarblog.com/
Here’s a before and after of a photoshop compositing project. I added the window, the rug, wall coverings, and changed out the night stand.
“Many peoples in one direction” (get prints here)
You can buy things with my artwork on it here:
Random fun duck:
Illustrations for a novel:
Here’s giraffe on a planet, a couple of tree people, and the art for a DVD cover for Atlanta Radio Company, and a vector portrait of my musician friend, Ty Taylor.
Book cover (buy it on kindle here):
Fan art for Vintage Trouble
Illustrations for a tough-mudder-type website called the Kentucky Dirty
Here’s an animation for singer/songwriter, Wilder Adkins
Here is a music video I made for Joshua Garmon hit single “Run Away.”
Here is a 30 second promo video for Thomas Wages men’s clothing. Check them out! www.ThomasWages.com
Here is a music video I did for Vintage Trouble, and a video for the city of Atlanta I made with the folks at Porter Novelli (I did some of everything except the voiceover).
And here’s a photo/video collage for South Arts. And a Logo animation for South Arts.
I created this motion graphic of a map to be part of a larger video done by Forage Films. And I worked with an Atlantan mural artist “sQuishiepuss,” inspired by his quirky, gritty little bulldog characters to make this animation! Checkout his stuff!
I also have degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design so I can also help you with product development: idea generation, 3D modeling, and rendering.
Have you seen this watering
can? It was a great seller for
three years at Home Depot.
I’ve seen it in two TV commercials
And I designed it!
I designed outdoor products for 7 years, and retail displays for 1 year. Most of it is proprietary but here is some of my freelance product design work: Birdfeeders!
Here’s some of my fun, out-of-the-box school work.
Radio interview for my kids book: Squire & Daniel:
Blogs I write for:
I also write a blog for creatives for FaithHappenings.org
“Ross was such a pleasure to work with. He is super responsive, reliable and highly creative. Plus he did an excellent job of interpreting my vision into a graphic that flowed seamlessly with the rest of my video. I will definitely use him again!” -Laura Asherman, President of Forage Films
“Ross is an incredible illustrator, an amazing designer, and always a very positive presence in the office. We have worked on many projects professionally together and Ross always goes above and beyond my expectations with his craftsmanship and attention to detail.” -Andrew Parker, graphic designer
“I have worked with Ross across various projects from logo and brand identity to custom illustrations and new business creative. Ross is a collaborative team player, and can be relied upon to jump in and create great work. Ross is truly a gifted illustrator. I recommend him highly.” -Amber Wilburn, Creative Consultant at Manhattan & Assoc.
“I met Ross at the Colorado Christian Writers Conference. I was immediately drawn in by his humility and genuineness. He’s totally transparent and approachable. He showed me some of his work and I was very impressed. He’s got talent. So when the idea for this book came up I sent out a Facebook message asking for help with the cover. Four graphic artists responded. Ross was one of those artists. I knew he’d come up with something unique because he’s a totally unique guy. Very creative. Very talented. I was thrilled he volunteered and he didn’t disappoint. He came up with a wonderful cover.” -Mike Dellosso, author of 8 suspense novels