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Tim Baron

illustration of It was a huge honor to work with Super7 and do the turn-around drawings and color ways for their
animation of Here's a time lapse of a recent commission series I did for a client all related to 80's horror. This was one of my favorites from the series.
illustration of As a kid, my Mom would always buy me these puffy monster sticker and I loved them. As a grown-up, the images of those never left my mind. So I redrew them and included some extras. 

This is a poster I completed in 2020.
illustration of It was a huge honor to work with Super7 and do the turn-around drawings and color ways for their
animation of From a recent series of images based on 80's horror.
illustration of I did the toy design/turn-around drawings as well as color ways for this figure for Super7.

It meant ALOT to be able to work on this project.  

The turn-around drawings were then handed off to a sculptor to use as reference to create the toy.

This was one of my first metal albums. I still remember opening up my very first issue of Thrasher Magazine and seeing an ad for this album.
animation of From a series of images I did on 80's Horror
illustration of It was a huge honor to work with Super7 and do the turn-around drawings and color ways for their
animation of From a series of images I recently did on 80's Horror films.
illustration of I was super honored and excited to be able to play a part in illustrating legendary skateboarder Allen Losi’s benefit skateboard.

I recreated Allen's OG Ooze graphic with my own unique flair for these two boards. They were made available in limited numbers and sold out quickly.

100% of the proceeds from this sale went straight to Allen Losi's battle with CPRS, a rare and painful nervous system disorder.
illustration of Dyptich Skate deck designs done for Creature Skateboards.  This was an awesome opportunity to just keep drawing monsters until I couldn't any more.

The black and white line art was so strong, I kept the colors really simple. I opted to go with the traditional Creature yellow and green pallet to let the strength of the line art really shine.
illustration of One of my favorite projects I've worked on for Creature Skateboards. This tryptich of boards was called
illustration of Skateboarding and Monsters both played a huge part in my growing creative. To be able to combine them is an absolute joy. Here is the first two series I created for Chad and Super 8 Skateboards.

I was going for a retro-modern feel by combining traditional and digital illustration tactics that were then screen printed by hand by The Cat Palace.
illustration of Skateboarding and Monsters both played a huge part in my growing creative. To be able to combine them is an absolute joy. Here is the first two series I created for Chad and Super 8 Skateboards.

I was going for a retro-modern feel by combining traditional and digital illustration tactics that were then screen printed by hand by The Cat Palace.
illustration of I've always been a big Star Wars fan and thought it would be fun to create a figure based off the accursed Star Wars Holiday Special. 

This is Lumpy, Chewbacca's son. Sculpted traditionally and cast in resin. I also did the card art as well.
illustration of I was glued to the TV screen when this show appeared on TV in elementary school. It forever left a mark on me. And if you were a toy person who grew up in the 80s, then you were bummed that they never made figures of this line.

And so I did.

I also did the packaging art and design as well.
illustration of This figure and a couple others appeared briefly in an episode of the Goldbergs called
illustration of I'm an 80s kid and my obsession with the cartoons and pop culture icons I played with as a kid makes that evident. Inhumanoids was one of my favorite cartoons growing up. It was so intense and disgusting, and I loved every minute of it.

So this is my homage.
illustration of This figure and a couple others appeared briefly in an episode of the Goldbergs called
illustration of This figure and a couple others appeared briefly in an episode of the Goldbergs called
illustration of A collaboration between myself and SkipBro Toys. I'm a big fan of merging two awesome things together, so it was a no-brainer making Boba Fett a Shogun Warrior. 

I did the card art for this limited run figure. I created the basic vector shapes for the art and then brought it into Photoshop to texture and add light and shadow.

Figure © Copyright SkipBro Toys

Style/Techniques

Black & White, Clay Sculpture, Design, Digital, Figurative, Fine Art, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Pencil, Texture, Watercolor, Digital Sculpture, Concept Art, Film/Entertainment

Subject/Specialties

Action, Adventure, Book Covers, Comic Book, Fantasy, Futuristic, Licensing, Mystery, Packaging, Posters, Product, Sci-Fi, Toys & Games, Vintage / Retro, Edgy