Vintage Airbrushed Video Game Art
Nov06

Vintage Airbrushed Video Game Art

Sometimes it’s hard to believe there was a time when the Adobe Creative Suite didn’t exist. Prior to the late 1980s, if you were creating an advertisement or illustration for a magazine, cover art for a video game cartridge, a movie poster or a book cover, you did it the way it’s been done since the dawn of the retail age:  ink, paint, X-Acto knives and airbrushing. This article deals with the airbrush, in...

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Live at Pinupalooza

Ginny and I were up all night getting ready. Now that it’s finally here I’m excited but also a bit exhausted. If you’re in Orlando, I hope you’ll come by and see us!

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Pan Am Pinup by Jason Snyder

Here’s a new print that I finished up in preparation for Pinupalooza. Actually, truth be told, it’s an old print that I never finished because I wasn’t sure where to go with it. I finally figured it out and got it finished. It’s a little different style than my usual. A little more cartoony, perhaps. I like the overall look though. Click to make larger. Anyone who knows me, knows of my obsession with the...

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Jason, Guest Comic Artist on Laserfist.com

Hey gang. Today, I was the guest comic artist on Laserfist.com. It’s a wild and woolly trip into my subconscious, featuring me, an Ambien fueled lucid dream and a punch-drunk Twinkie. Clicky click the sample and go to...

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Launch-Burger – Googie Sign Illustration

I occasionally root through all the sketches I’ve amassed throughout the years to see if there’s anything that gives me inspiration. Once and a while, I’ll find something in that sketch bin that just begs to be finished. Yesterday, I pulled out a two minute sketch of a little astronaut, holding a tray with a burger and fries, looking for all the world like he was traveling by jet-pack in the same way that carhops of...

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