Tony Andrulis
artist and illustrator
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Here are examples of

work I have done for

magazines and

websites, portrait

work, and some pencil

drawings before they

became inked by

another artist. I did

this so that the work

you see here is 100%

my work.

I’ve done a lot of work

over the years

although you may not

be familiar with my

name because I didn’t

always get a

credit/byline. My

nickname seems to be

“anonymous”.

I love to do all kinds of

work and I probably

should blame myself

for taking interesting

work over high paying

work.

As you can see, I’ve

worked in pencils, pen

and ink, and even

watercolors. Whatever

gets the job done. I’ve

always said I have no

trouble thinking out of

the box-- I’m never

inside of the box in the

first place.

I’ve always met

deadlines and don’t get

angry with kill fees and

flat kills. If you don’t

know what that means

- it’s when the project

gets canceled and you

get a lower fee than

promised or (gulp) no

fee.

If you think you can’t

afford my work, you’re

probably wrong. I’ve

done some pretty

cheap projects because

I’d rather be working

than looking for work.

I work 6 to 7 days a

week because when

I’m not working, I get

the “honeydo” list. If

you’re not single, you

know what that is.

BTW - my “honey” is a

pretty darn good artist

herself.

I’ve met a few famous artists and illustrators and I had the privilege of being an

aquaintence of the late, great Irving Shapiro. If you aren’t familiar with his work,

Google him. He was probably the best lighthouse painter ever. And a nice guy not too

full of himself which is more than I can say for most I’ve met who have “made it”.

I might never get to that level, but I’ve learned that it doesn’t really matter. Doing

good work you can be proud of is reward enough. Just like being a good person who

can sleep well at night.

Original oils Pen and ink Illustrations
Gallery
Tony Andrulis Artist and Illustrator

Here are examples of

work I have done for

magazines and

websites, portrait

work, and some pencil

drawings before they

became inked by

another artist. I did

this so that the work

you see here is 100%

my work.

I’ve done a lot of work

over the years

although you may not

be familiar with my

name because I didn’t

always get a

credit/byline. My

nickname seems to be

“anonymous”.

I love to do all kinds of

work and I probably

should blame myself

for taking interesting

work over high paying

work.

As you can see, I’ve

worked in pencils, pen

and ink, and even

watercolors. Whatever

gets the job done. I’ve

always said I have no

trouble thinking out of

the box-- I’m never

inside of the box in the

first place.

I’ve always met

deadlines and don’t get

angry with kill fees and

flat kills. If you don’t

know what that means

- it’s when the project

gets canceled and you

get a lower fee than

promised or (gulp) no

fee.

If you think you can’t

afford my work, you’re

probably wrong. I’ve

done some pretty

cheap projects because

I’d rather be working

than looking for work.

I work 6 to 7 days a

week because when

I’m not working, I get

the “honeydo” list. If

you’re not single, you

know what that is.

BTW - my “honey” is a

pretty darn good artist

herself.

Connect with us
Please contact me for all your illustration and artwork needs
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I’ve met a few famous artists and illustrators

and I had the privilege of being an

aquaintence of the late, great Irving Shapiro.

If you aren’t familiar with his work, Google

him. He was probably the best lighthouse

painter ever. And a nice guy not too full of

himself which is more than I can say for most

I’ve met who have “made it”.

I might never get to that level, but I’ve

learned that it doesn’t really matter. Doing

good work you can be proud of is reward

enough. Just like being a good person who

can sleep well at night.