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Éric Caron / Rough for events or architecture

Roughman storyboarder Eric Caron has more than one string to his bow. Here are examples of roughs, created for presentation of brand events and architectural drawings.

Éric Caron / C2MTL / Altitude C agency / Montreal

During C2MTL that took place in Montreal in last May, our storyboarder Eric Caron was invited to illustrate live ideas and key-words brainstormed during a masterclass organized by telecommunications and internet service provider : Tata communications. The theme of the discussion was about the social and economic impacts of the democratization of Internet and telecommunications access in emerging countries.

Éric Caron / Storyboard for Subway Canada / Montreal

Eric Caron is bringing an advertising TV spot concept to life by illustrating a storyboard for an agency pitch for Subway Canada.

Éric Caron / Canadian Heritage / Montreal

Éric Caron illustrated storyboards for Tank ad agency for a client presentation to Heritage Canada regarding the creation of an advertising TV spot for the promotion of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

Éric Caron / Sun Life Financial / Montreal

Éric Caron was chosen by Bleu Blanc Rouge agency to create 4 large illustrations of everyday life rooms: a living room, a kitchen, an office and a back-room. The illustrations have been exhibited during Sun Life Financial company's promotional tour that has started last February during festival "Montreal en Lumière". Visitors can interact with the illustrations via the visual recognition tool of an iPad application. The tour will take place in a few Quebec festivals during the year.

Éric Caron / New storyboarder / roughman / Montreal

Fuelled by comics, advertising and video games, Eric creates alive and direct scenes, armed with his graphic tablet. Through sketches quickly drawn, or more detailed pictures, he puts his lines and colors in the service of the message conveyed by the image. Eric develops visuals with neat atmospheres and subtle lighting, inspired by themes from everyday life to Hollywood blockbusters.