Digital Illustration is the use of illustration to visually communicate
information of a technical nature. Digital illustrations can be
components of technical drawings or diagrams.
Digital illustrations in general aim "to generate expressive images
that effectively convey certain information via the visual channel to
the human observer".
Digital illustrations generally have to describe and explain the
subjects to a nontechnical audience. Therefore the visual image
should be accurate in terms of dimensions and proportions, and
should provide "an overall impression of what an object is or does, to
enhance the viewer’s interest and understanding."
Supporting both Commercial and Military publication graphics,
Automotive Service Manuals, Owner's Manuals, Aftermarket
Instruction Sheets. Military ETM's & IETM's for the Department of
Defense, including management of all projects for 27 years.
Click below and explore my work.
Service Manual & Tech Pub Illustrations
Owner's Manual Illustrations
Aftermarket I-Sheet Illustrations
Vehicle Information Label Graphics
Conceptual Vehicle Illustration to Production
|D E S I G N S T U D I O S
|G R A P H I C D E S I G N - D I G I T A L M E D I A - I L L U S T R A T I O N - M A R K E T I N G
Member of the CCS Alumni Committee Since 1986
Center for Creative Studies, College of Art & Design-
Member of the Illustrator's Partnership
of America, since 2007
© Copyright Jeffery A. Taylor Design Studios. All rights reserved
IPB - Illustration Parts Breakdown
| IPB - Illustration Parts Catalog
ETM & IETM Illustrations