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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

Official rPlank Website

The rPlank™ is a device invented by my client, Captain Drew (the space pirate). Described as a versatile platform for running an endless variety of 3rd party apparatuses (called “apps” for short), the rPlank™ has been referred to by some as an “iPad for pirates”. The rPlank™ website was designed as an homage to Apple’s own iPad website, but with a... See more...

Never Mess with Whit

This is an article that I wrote for Oz Magazine, published by Gary and Tia Powell of Oz Publishing. I created the steering wheel art, the layout was done by Oz Magazine. I don’t want to hog the spotlight with my misadventures so I occasionally include a story from other people in the business. In this issue I shared my friend Day... See more...

Department of Corrections Database

I created this simulation of a Department of Corrections database site for a low budget thriller. It's not pretty, but it wasn't meant to be - it was supposed to have an institutionally unfriendly interface and was "cinematically realistic" for the time period in which it was made. In the early 2000s most graphic designers working in film only knew how to create flat images to simulate websites.... See more...

Microphone Cube Wraps

Whenever you shoot a modern press conference scene, or a scene with television news/radio reporters armed with microphones, you expect to see the television/radio station’s call letters or logo. In the business the thing those graphics are mounted on are called “microphone cubes”, and in the movie business it’s normal procedure to use a station name and call sign assigned... See more...

Multi-Track Cost Estimating

The multi-track method of cost estimating is simply a process of regular estimate comparisons by multiple estimating parties, typically used in larger construction projects. I reworked an earlier artist’s rendition of this process under the direction of Atlanta architect George Heery, who has used it frequently in presentations and print... See more...

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