I tend to love the piece I’m currently working on best (that is after cursing it for the first half of its life), deciding that THIS is the way I want to work from now on. Lately there have been quite a few digicuts on my monitor, so I’ve been most in love with working that way.
Like the one above for The Wall St Journal of Hector Murguia, mayor of Juarez, Mexico.
And this one for Golf World, for an editorial about the rules of golf:
And Archie Panjabi with her Emmy for her role on The Good Wife, Wall St Journal:
But then I get some assignments for painterly work and I fall back in love with that.
Like this one of Manuel Ayau, Founder of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala:
And Yo-Yo Ma:
But just when I think I love doing the painted stuff best, I do a little animation, like this one on Mother Jones this week, featuring John Boehner's Pedge to America (here’s a direct link to it), and I decide I love doing that best. Fickle me.