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Artist Insight: Cedric Peyravernay. Please describe what you do. I am a Freelance Concept artist. Currently I spend most of my time working on character design and morphologies for Arkane studios on Dishonored 2. I am also an illustrator. What are some of the projects you have worked on / clients or studios you’ve worked with? I have worked on Bethesda ‘s Dishonored and DLC, and I'm currently collaborating with Arkane Studios on Dishonored 2, and on other projects that will be revealed soon. A few years ago, when I was working with other publishers, I met the people of Arkane studios and joined the Dark Messiah team. In my free time I also work for EuropaCorp, on a TV series called Section Zero produced by Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Taken, Lucy). What’s the most indispensable tool you use? My hands, my brain and my instinct. Before moving to computing, I did a lot of painting, which helped me develop a greater sensitivity and taught me a different approach to digital tools Dishonored 2.

Thanks for your time Cedric! Links. 16 superbes illustrations qui montrent à la perfection que le bonheur en couple se trouve dans les petits plaisirs du quotidien. La vie en couple a ses petits déboires mais aussi ses adorables moments au quotidien. Si Pascal Campion nous a déjà fait rêver avec sa vision adorable de la vie de famille, il a également un regard serein et tendre sur le quotidien des couples. Cet illustrateur franco-américain, résidant en Californie, a déjà travaillé pour Dreamworks et Disney grâce à son coup de crayon, est remarquable ! On est tout de suite pris dans ses histoires. Le bonheur de la vie de couple réside bien dans les gestes les plus simples et sans artifice. On vous laisse juger par vous-même de la tendresse de ses dessins : Cape Horn Illustration Creates Detailed Ink Drawings of Chicago Residences. For the past two years, artist Phil Thompson of Cape Horn Illustration has been creating pen and ink drawings of Chicago's homes and residential buildings.

Inspired by the patterns and themes of the streets and neighborhoods and a love for art and architecture, Thompson began drawing two-flat styled homes, which are "long and narrow to fit on standard city lots, able to accommodate two-generation immigrant families, and have distinctive large bay windows, elements of Arts and Crafts style, exteriors heavy on masonry, and terracotta, but wood-framed interiors with built-ins," Thompson told us.

"I love them. " After gaining popularity, Thompson began making privately-commissioned drawings, and now draws a wide variety of residential styles. Thompson additionally notes that the most difficult--but also the most fun--aspect of a drawing is imagining the parts of the home that no longer exist, or are no longer visible. Each drawing is completed in about eight to 12 hours on heavy drawing paper. Culpeo-Fox (Raven □ . Fox) - DeviantArt. 14 personnes prises au hasard sur facebook transformées en illustrations. Vous pourriez bien être la prochaine personne que Julio Cesar va transformer en illustration ! L’artiste brésilien s’est amusé à tirer le portrait de certaines personnes, au hasard, via leur photo de profil Facebook. Ces illustrations sont colorées, et donnent l’impression que ces personnes vont prendre vie !

Prêts à vous faire transformer en illustration, vous aussi ? @julio cesar Géniales, non ? 23 illustrations sur l’amour qui réchaufferont même les coeurs endurcis : vous allez craquer ! Petit moment de tendresse de la journée : découvrez les nouvelles illustrations sur l’amour, que l’on doit à l'artiste coréen Puuung. On vous avait déjà parlé de cet illustrateur, Puuung, il y a quelques mois. Il est de retour cette fois-ci avec de nouveaux dessins, tous aussi réussis que les précédents.

Son credo ? Montrer en images les petits gestes simples de tendresse qui illustrent les plus belles preuves d'amour. Avec élégance, il dévoile sa vision de l'intimité au sein d’un couple, au travers d’images inédites. Les croquis d'Edward Hopper. Jusqu’au 6 octobre dernier le Whitney Museum of American Art à New York proposait une exposition qui montrait les croquis et dessins réalisés par Edward Hopper pour préparer quelques unes de ses peintures les plus célèbres.

Il y a plus de tableaux avec les dessins correspondants ici. French Street Artist Injects Humor into the Streets of Paris. A bronze bull head fountain is suddenly transformed into a minotaur. A decrepit corner of an alley becomes a holding pen for ostriches. If any of these odd happenings sound familiar to you, you’re probably living in Paris and have just witnessed the work of French artist Charles Leval.

Going by the name Levalet, the artist injects humor into the streets of Paris by gluing animal and human-shaped pasteups onto walls. A lot of thought goes into location too as each piece usually interacts with its environment in one way or another. Levalet has been updating his site and facebook page with new work he’s created so far in 2015. And here’s a Levalet collaboration with the GIF creating genius, ABVH: And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a piece of original art to hang on your walls, check out artFido HERE!

Des dessins techniques de papillons et coquillages. Rafael Araujo réalise des illustrations de papillons et de coquillages dans des dessins techniques qui laissent visibles les lignes de perspectives et d’angles utilisées pour dessiner ses sujets dans différentes positions et distances. The art of Guillaume Ospital is like a cross between Akira and Indiana Jones. "My first conscious inspiration happened when I was 11 years old and Akira got released in France," explains Guillaume Ospital. "Five minutes into the screening, my brain was melting. " Since then, he's done little else other than draw. Ospital has built a career as a freelance illustrator, working in everything from animation to comics, for clients like Marvel and French developer Ankama Games.

"Since nobody, least of all my parents, ever told me that illustration as a career wasn't an option, I simply went with it," he says. Unsurprisingly, Ospital's style and technique harken back to that time, with a distinctly late-1980s, early-1990s look. The colors are bright, the characters long and exaggerated. Ospital's world is full of adventure and life, and while much of his work is done for clients, he also takes on plenty of personal projects that give him the freedom to create exactly what he wants. You can find more of his work on his site. Design Inspiration. TOKYO - KYOTO CROQUIS / 2013.