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'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. Here is one of four such 'comps' for a belt buckle to be rendered in silver. There is no added color or finish. Lines and letters indicate engraving. The white areas indicate a polished finish and the gray areas indicate a textured or matte surface. Client: Erich Hoerchner, 1996. More design/comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.

'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. Here is one of four such 'comps' for a belt buckle to be rendered in silver. There is no added color or finish. Lines and letters indicate engraving. The white areas indicate a polished finish and the gray areas indicate a textured or matte surface. Client: Erich Hoerchner, 1996. More design/comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.
'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. Here is one of four such 'comps' for a belt buckle to be rendered in silver. There is no added color or finish. Lines and letters indicate engraving. The white areas indicate a polished finish and the gray areas indicate a textured or matte surface. Client: Erich Hoerchner, 1996. More design/comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.

'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. Here is one of four such 'comps' for a belt buckle to be rendered in silver. There is no added color or finish. Lines and letters indicate engraving. The white areas indicate a polished finish and the gray areas indicate a textured or matte surface. Client: Erich Hoerchner, 1996. More design/comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.

Four designs for a belt buckle to be rendered in silver. There is no added color or finish. Lines and letters indicate engraving. The white areas indicate a polished finish and the gray areas indicate a textured or matte surface.

Client: Erich Hoerchner, 1996





'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. This newsletter design for the CIM Complete investment Management newsletter was going for an old-line big-time Wall Street look. 1988. Accompanying logos and more design/comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.

'Back in the day' we sketched designs on paper, worked out the details, and prepared 'comprehensives' for clients to see and evaluate. These three logo designs for CIM Complete investment Management were going for an old-line big-time Wall Street look. 1988. More design, roughs, and comps: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/art/designsandsketches.htm.

A newsletter design and three proposed logo designs aiming for that old-line big-time Wall Street look.

What: Heading design and page layout, sketches
For: Newsletter, preliminary logo designs
Client: CIM (Complete Investment Management, Inc.)
When: 1988