I developed and illustrated a character named Mine, who serves as the mascot for the Las Tapatias de Jalisco women’s volleyball team. Mine is an athletic and determined character, designed to be fun and memorable, making her a beloved mascot for the team and their fans.
I illustrated and developed “El Abecedario Mazatleco,” a coloring book representing all the typical customs and things of Mazatlan. From sketches to final illustrations, I made sure each page was visually engaging and educational for children and adults alike.
As a 3D designer, I enjoy experimenting and testing new design techniques to keep up with the latest trends. I’ve been working on personal projects using programs like Cinema 4D with Vray render and Blender, an open-source software. Check out my Instagram to see some of my recent work.
For 8 years, I specialized in designing souvenir products and collaborated with various international companies such as Señor Frogs, Crazy Shirts and Hotel Shops. My work included designing illustrations for t-shirt printing, cap development, and other souvenir items. In this project, I showcase my design skills by creating unique illustrations for printed t-shirts aimed at girls and women, using different techniques and inks based on a previously sent technical brief.
I had the pleasure of collaborating with De la Rosa to create a new candy packaging product, Swims. I provided end-to-end design services, including the creation of the brand logo, custom illustrations of candy treats, and packaging design that adheres to the new Mexican front-of-pack labeling law.