Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Making the Ultimate Wiffle Ball Guide

Hello,



So back in September of '09 I was contacted by Michael Hermann and Perrie Briskin over at Wicked Cow, Inc. about doing some spot illustrations for their upcoming Wiffle Ball book. Now that the book is out, I got the OK from Michael to post some of the work I did for his book. But first I gotta say it was a lot of fun working on this book and the people over at Wicked Cow were nothing but spectacular in the way they treated me through out the whole process. But the biggest treat of this whole thing was the fact that I got to go to the Wiffle Ball Factory in Connecticut and just draw the whole time I was up there.


So here is some of the work I did for the book, some of it didn't make it in to the final edit of the book, (like the machines pictured above and the pitch trajectory illustration) but I am very happy with all the work I did.


Pitching Grips, Scuffing, Taping and Knifing.

The Science of Wiffle Ball, the Bernouili Effect, the Magnus Effect, and the Vortexes of air that forms inside


4 comments:

  1. Your illustrations definitely enhanced the appeal of the book. Great job!

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  2. NERD NERD NERD GET A LIFE

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  3. if u hold the holes to the right and hold a fastball grip but through a curve it will have a rising curve effect rilly hard to hit

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