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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

Glow-in-the-Dark Skeleton Pirate T-Shirt

Early in the summer of 2012 a courier delivered a letter from Captain Drew with a list of shirt design concepts for that year’s PiratePalooza™ Pubcrawl & Pubsing. The majority of them featured topless, large-breasted women with pouty lips in various states of undress but after a consultation with his corporate lawyers he abandoned that idea and declared that he wanted to go with a... See more...

Mad Performance Parts Logo

Back in the wild and wooly early days of online shopping one of my friends was building an eCommerce store for one of his fraternity brothers who wanted to grow his small car parts company online. I was asked to take a primitive smiley-face drawing they’d been using up until that point and make it a bit more commercial. I created about a dozen options for their consideration, but I’m... See more...

MacArthur’s Menu

This is a prop menu that I created for the film “The Preacher’s Kid”. Unless a prop is scripted to be shown in an insert it doesn’t really need to have much detail. Still, having spent the first decade of my career working with actors beside camera I know that many of them appreciate a bit of “cinematic immersion”, a means of making the film’s fictional... See more...

GospelFest Handbill

It’s been so long since I made this single sheet I can’t remember if it was supposed to be a hero prop or not, meaning I that don’t know whether it was to be featured in an insert on-camera. Looking at it now I think that I probably designed it to look “gospel-ish” from a distance, with no time spent seeing it in detail, which is so often the... 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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