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Art of Chucco - My name is Alexandre Belbari and I am a 26 years old animator/Visual development artist working in the cinema and animation industry. PearlTree7. Totoro Forest Project - Save Totoro Forest. CreatureBox. At long last, we’re extremely excited to announce our new book project: The MONSTER VOLUME.

Measuring... Howdy folks! We’ve got a few monstrous tidbits to share as we’ve been battling forward... One of my favorite locations from Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One was the Deadgrove. George stravinos. Chapter 56. Untitled. Ben Wood Illustrations. How to Draw Interesting Poses. Erwin Madrid Blog. Aurélie Neyret illustration. Lessons in Manners from "Highlights for Children" magazine. Grovel: graphic novel reviews. Illustration-Paris. WARD JENKINS. Dribbble - Popular. Pat Vogtli Artworks. I Love Dust.

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Dominique Corbasson Illustratrice - Looking for DC

Il s'organise par doubles pages, chacune consacrée à un site de Paris. On y trouve un dessin pleine page du site par Corbasson, un plan fait à la main du quartier, un descriptif de ce qui l'attire à cet endroit et de spots de ballades à pied, de shopping et de choses à voir. Richard heller gallery contemporary art. Tricromia - illustrator's international art gallery. G R N R . C O M. Illustrators, Illustrators' Agents, Illustration Agency, Art Rep, Artists' Representatives, London, New York, Shianghai, Paris, Hamburg, Singapore,- Dark Science #18 - Dark Counsel. Escape From Illustration Island – Illustration Resources and Community.

FEERIK conceptart. REFERENCES & INSPIRATIONS. Theconceptartblog. The social network for professionals in entertainment - Animation, Movies, Visual Effects, Games, Illustration, Concept Artists, and more. If you make cool stuff, join us! Color Your Artwork Using Actions in Photoshop. Photoshop actions can make lots of tasks easier; from batch processing to handling simple, every day tasks.

Color Your Artwork Using Actions in Photoshop

Actions can seriously improve your workflow. In today's quick tip we will demonstrate how to use actions to help color your artwork. Bao. Crane Valley - Portfolio of Works: Samples color. Rupert Bear - A Weird But Compelling Childhhod Icon. Courtesy of Phil Rushton here are some pages from the 1956 Rupert Annual.

Rupert Bear - A Weird But Compelling Childhhod Icon

This is a particularly beautiful example of Alfred Bestall's work. Bestall had inherited the little bear from it's creator Mary Tourtel in 1935, when Tourtel's eyesight started to fail. Bestall was initially taken on a six week trial basis and had to follow the template established by Tourtel as closely as possible. But as time went on he developed the strip into a work of real beauty that easily eclipsed the work of his predecessor. By the time that this annual appeared Bestall was into his sixties and still working for a relatively modest wage. TADAHIRO UESUGI ILLUSTRATION. Tadahiro Uesugi. The strange thing about Tadahiro Uesugi is the amount of people who have never heard of him… His work (and there is lots and lots of it!)

Tadahiro Uesugi

Has appeared in high profile magazines like Vogue and Cosmopolitan, on book covers, CD’s and what not. But still, whenever I mention the name to some one, they often get a puzzled look on their face. Usually the frown disappears the minute they see the work itself… Uesugi is a master of mood and light. When his scenes are not set in Japan, they often depict a sunny afternoon in some stylish European city, somewhere in the 50’s or 60’s. Visit the site of Tadahiro Uesugi if you want to spend some time looking through the staggering amount of beautiful illustrations you can find there. ILLUSTRATION - Francis Vallejo. The Art of Kinuko Y. Craft.

Yaxin the Faun. Tadahiro uesugi. 2010 » May. Writing in her blog on the Telegraph in an article titled Why preserve Van Gogh’s palette?

2010 » May

, Lucy Davies points to some of the considerations for artists learning from the palettes of the masters, both in choice and arrangement of colors. Those fascinated by the techniques of the great painters would benefit from understanding their palettes. Even when learning from contemporary artists, the palette plays a greater part than is often acknowledged. I always find instructional videos exasperating when they ignore color mixing and act as though the brush is always magically loaded with the the proper color, with little thought or work on the part of the artist. This seems to apply to a great majority of the instructional videos one encounters on the web, though those that are professionally prepared often address color mixing more thoroughly (as in the instructional videos of Richard Schmid).

TADAHIRO UESUGI ILLUSTRATION. ¡El truco desvelado! Quentin Blake - How I Draw. Read this in french Most of the time I need to do a rough in which I find out how people stand, what sort of expressions they have and how they fit on the page.

Quentin Blake - How I Draw

For a sequence of drawings more planning is needed, and one needs to think of a number of questions at the same time (which is part of the interest of the job): Is the method and medium of this drawing suitable to the atmosphere of the book? What goes on which page? Do the actions carry on from one picture to another? The Lightbox Technique On the light box I put the rough drawing I am going to work from, and on top of that a sheet of watercolour paper, normally Canson or Arches fin.

What happens next is not tracing; in fact it's important that I can't see the rough drawing underneath too clearly, because when I draw I try to draw as if for the first time; but I can do it with increased concentration, because the drawing underneath lets me know all the elements that have to appear and exactly where they have to be placed. The social network for professionals in entertainment - Animation, Movies, Visual Effects, Games, Illustration, Concept Artists, and more. If you make cool stuff, join us!