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Hi there! I’m Drewprops - a creative consultant for feature films, television series, corporate clients, publishers & space pirates, and this is my online portfolio ;)

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Books, websites, hand drawn sketches, technical diagrams, animated videos, product labels, logos, vehicle graphics, magazine articles, speaking engagements, science fiction conventions, pubcrawls, t-shirts, animations, etc., etc. – let’s make neat stuff!

I can concentrate on one piece of your puzzle or I can help you put all the pieces together. I’m flexible, conscientious, and I like to think that I’m professional. I have a great network of talented colleagues and I like to please my clients, which means that I’ll let you know if I think I’m not the right person for your job and hopefully have recommendations for people you should consider. I hope that you’ll enjoy looking around the website. Thanks for stopping by!

Sample Projects

No Witness Newspaper

I created this newspaper prop as a favor to some friends working on a locally produced low-budget thriller based on an entry the producer had previously submitted to the 48 Hour Film Festival. The straight-to-DVD movie starred Steve Barnes, a then-popular Atlanta disc jockey. The hero photographs in the newspaper were supplied to me by the production company, the hero headlines were scripted,... See more...

Comparison of Delivery Methods

Atlanta architect George Heery is an expert in construction project delivery methods and since the mid-2000s I have been transforming his diagrammatic sketches into business graphics for several dozen technical brochures, lots of presentations, several websites, and one hardcover book. This diagram compares Heery’s Bridging method with two of the most commonly used construction project... See more...

The Circle of Life

The prequel Dumb & Dumberer introduced the characters Harry & Lloyd as they attended high school for the first time in their lives. By the time we got around to shooting the lunchroom we needed a lot of graphics, and quickly. Since they’d never be featured closely I wanted to make them as dialed-out and off-course as the main characters. This poster demonstrates a profound... See more...

Vampire Diaries Sketchbook (page 3)

In 2009 the television series “The Vampire Diaries” set up stages near Atlanta and began shooting what would soon become the number one show on the CW Network. During the first season of the show I was asked to provide some pen and ink illustrations for the episode called “The Turning Point”. The journal was supposed to have belonged to a vampire hunter and the propmaster... See more...

PiratePalooza.com Website

My only persistently “bad” client is a space pirate named Captain Drew, who insisted that I help him with the redesign of his personal website. The Captain wanted something “different and new” and something to “show off how cool I really am so the wenches will dig me the most”, which are more or less the very same goals of any website owner. Realizing that... See more...

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Brookwood Group

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