A series of typo-illustrations i created last March for an exhibition in Manila.This series is inspired from old japanese cartoons (minus the robots, explosions and lazer beams etc.)yup watching too much anime has a huge effect in most of my works hehe! Cheers! by the way thanks to Jill for helping me out in translating these words hahaha!
Im Anjo Bolarda, illustrator/ graphic designer based in Manila, Philippines.I use pen and paper then color it with Photoshop.
There's nothing more that i could say!uhm
I'll just post good stuff and things i could share!
Have a Creative Day guys!
Inspire! Dont Expire!
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Hallo, I'm Marjolein Bos. A short introduction:
I'm an independant Dutch illustrator, living in Saas-Fee (Switzerland). Used techniques: pencil, drawingpen, mixed media, water-colour and acrylics, oil-colours and airbrush. But also computer-art in for instance Illustrator en Photoshop. You can see some of my illustrations on my website www. marjoleinbos.nl.
In January 2010 I founded and opened the Gallery Maste 4, the highest gallery of Europe on 2575 m. Next week the website will be online: www.maste4.com. If you want see some Photos, look on Facebook: Marjolein Bos, event "Galerie Maste 4".
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Was on sketchoholic last night [LINK] watching Bobby Chiu's latest live streaming video and participated in his live drawing contest. Have to draw a given subject in less than an hour. The participants upload their art and then vote on the art posted. It's a fun event and I actually won last night. Get an original Bobby Chiu art sketch/painting.
I'm very happy that I was allowed to join this fine group of illustrators.
Here is Gus, with some of the tools of my trade, ( although I do much
more work now on my Cintiq than with an animation disc and blue pencil).
The unicorn's name is Snowflake, but he hates it.
Strangely enough I seem to find myself doing loads of robot work without realizing it. This are some character illustrations a PR agency in London commissioned me to do, each one of the characters was going to be used by their staff for their business cards, putting a bit of fun in PR.
A place where technology dreams and robots are born.
Pen and Ink
illustrated by Stan Levine
Artist at Stanimation Productions
Hi everyone! I would like to first of all thank Oscar for creating this blog and inviting me. My name is Loni Edwards. I love to draw illustrations and cartoons. I have a deep love for the animal kingdom and my art reflects that. I usually use a sketch, then ink and color in Photoshop using my Wacom. It's great to meet all of you and be part of such a talented community!
Thanks a lot to Oscar for having me on board. Here's a series of two I did at the end of last year, just for fun.
I did the first one and Pascal Campion suggested me to make a new one with different staging.
... Just realized it's Fall theme and now it's Spring already.
I just wanted to introduce myself by adding the latest image I've used in my self-promo efforts. I draw my rough sketches by hand, but I use Painter and Photoshop for my final renderings.
I mostly promote my illustrations for kids, but I also create The Rots (Web site: http://www.the-rots.com/). The Rots are just twisted little characters that I've illustrated for t-shirts, note cards, calendars, lots of things.
Thanks for having me on board!
my jolly good friend johnny foreigner i mean oscar invited me to join his site, dusty illustrations. so i did. i draw pictures. robots at the moment but i'll soon get tired of robots. here is one of my robots. snitch x
I created this illustration for a friend not long ago, he wanted it his iphone 'skin'. Now that I've done it I've been thinking of putting it as the main image on my webs landing page Illustrationsbyoscar The current image that I have (alien bee) has been there for 3 months and I think is getting a bit old. What do you guys think?
This is a scene from a childrens book to be released (Hanna Scholten and Illustrator Tessa Heijmer, http://www.tessart.nl/), about the road to discovery of your talents, how to recognize them and how to use them.
It will be in English and in Dutch, in store this summer!
Every month we will post a new challenge, you'll have a the whole month to post any illustration you think relates to the challenge. At the end of each month we'll put all the illustrations entered into the month's challenge for voting. The illustration with the most votes for that month will appear in the Monthly Challenge winners list ... what an honour!! ;)
At the end of the year we'll put all the monthly winners up for voting, the illustration that accumulates the biggest number of votes will be THE ID ILLUSTRATION OF THE YEAR and will win a little price, wow!!
Monthly Challenge is an opportunity for every member to have fun and come up with anything - as long as it has some sort of link to the challenge it's all good to us.
Please make sure to add a title to your illustration follow by - October Challenge in the title so everyone can see that's your interpretation of the challenge.
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