I grew up drawing and have a deep love for cartoons, as you can see by my cartoony style. In addition to creating custom illustrations, I also draw a weekly flight attendant comic strip called Jetlagged Comic.
I work primarily with pen, black ink and good old fashion paper. My images are typically colored either digitally in Photoshop or with water based blending Copic markers.
I offer custom illustrations for children's books, book cover designs, corporate/personal cartoons, character design, visual business ads or any personal project you have in mind. Let's work together to create your dream!
"Since the moment that I got in contact with Kelly, she was very friendly, and was willing and enthusiastic to collaborate in my project. And, while we were working together Kelly was very professional, collaborative, carefully listened to what I needed, and she was pleasantly patient with my requests. The final result was very emotional for me because Kelly managed to capture and interpret what my mind was looking for but I did not know how to express it. Her talent is impressive!!! The experience of working with Kelly Kincaid exceeded my expectations and I will always be thankful for a fantastic book cover."
"I cannot recommend Kelly Kincaid highly enough for any illustration needs you may have. We were blown away by how professional she was in working with us on defining our illustration needs. Kelly communicated with us every step of the way and sent us samples of her progress so we could make any necessary tweaks. Kelly illustrated our first ever children’s book and we are amazed at how her work truly brought our characters to life. We can’t wait to get our book printed and share her work with the world!"
"Make Kelly Kincaid your go-to for (custom) gifts. I knew my pilot husband would retire this year, but the retirement came suddenly when the airline industry collapsed in the COVID-19 crisis. There would be no final flight with all the celebration, so I turned to Kelly for help making the end of his career special. Using my scant ideas and a couple of photos of my husband, she created a fabulous cartoon rendering of him in the cockpit with the firetruck providing the “last flight” water cannon salute. He has proudly shared the cartoon with family and friends through social media, and we can’t wait to frame it and hang it on the wall. Thanks, Kelly!