Amongst the various projects I was responsible for at A&H I did a lot of perspective drawing in Illustrator as well as creating visuals in Photoshop. Both helped the client understand the concepts we were coming up with for their packaging and other products.
The first set of images below show some of a set of gift box ideas I came up with for a new client. I've changed their name & logo to keep their identity and brand safe.
They required a sleek and high-end gift box for a male jewellery range, that featured their black and yellow brand colours.
The next image comes from a product development with Olivia Burton. The pattern they wanted to get foiled on a canvas tote bag. I found a tote bag image on the internet, cut it off the background and created a smart object to lay the pattern in. Overlaid a texture and sorted the foil look. It was presented back to them with potential printing specifications and a dimension drawing. The product went through further stages of development before going to market.
Below are pieces taken from a project with Small World Accessories. I was given one of the larger sleeve faces, basic overall size and the colour the box had to be. I've included this to show that I can work with other peoples artwork, take it and develop further. The box net includes envelope fold on the bottom and mechanical catches on the lid.