the comic book look
Kagan McLeod's artwork is known for its dynamic and vibrant style, which can evoke a range of emotions in the viewer. Some common impressions that Kagan McLeod's artwork may convey include:
Vibrancy: McLeod's use of vivid colors and graphic patterns can create a sense of vibrancy and liveliness in the viewer.
Nostalgia: McLeod's artwork often draws inspiration from pop culture and retro aesthetics, which can create a sense of nostalgia and familiarity in the viewer.
Pop Art Sensibility: McLeod's style has been described as a blend of comic book art and pop art, which can create a sense of playfulness and humor in the viewer.
the artist: kagan mcleod
KAGAN MCLEOD has been a commercial illustrator since 1999. His clients include GQ, Entertainment Weekly, The Royal Canadian Mint, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Newsweek, and his work has been honored by American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and Communication Arts. He has created graphic novels for Image and IDW, and exhibits frequently at comic conventions in the United States and Canada. He teaches illustration and drawing courses at Sheridan College in Ontario and hosts a weekly figure drawing workshop at his studio.
Budget ($35,000 - $40,000): - As you see there are five different types of treatments we have put forth and we are pleased to provide you with a range of quotes to accommodate your specific animation style and budget requirements.
1. $35,000 - Archer Look
2. $35,000 - Editorial Look
3. $35,000 - Comic
4. $35,000 - Children's Book
5. $40,000- James May Look (Mixed Media)
Each of these animation styles have unique features and creative requirements, and we have priced accordingly. We ensure that each style will provide you with the quality and creativity that our company is known for.
Please review the options and let us know if you have any questions or if we can assist further in any way to help select the animation style that best suits your project goals and budget.