Christophe Segura is a digital illustrator based out of Montpellier, France. More works here. digitalfrancemontpellier Carolin 7 things we're guessing you didn't know about Hungary Photo: Lili Vieira de Carvalho 1. Last names come first. In Hungary, when people write their names or introduce themselves, their last name comes first. They say “Nagy Gábor vagyok” or “I’m Nagy Gábor.” This doesn’t mean people call each other by their last name; it’s simply the formal way of introducing yourself or presenting a name publicly.
Amy Hamilton is a Canadian graphic design student at St. Lawrence College, Kingston, Ontario and will graduate in June, 2014. She thrives on creative challenges and always push herself to create the best work possible. Her experience as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator has given her the opportunity to strengthen and demonstrate her passion, creativity, and ability to get work done. She loves to create conceptual/narrative illustrations, develops brand identities, and solves design problems. She also hopes to make a positive impact by spreading awareness through visual design. Sayaka Ouhito Japanese artist Sayaka Ouhito is an illustrator, and perhaps a concept artist. I’m unsure about the latter as I can’t read Japanese and, save for this relatively uninformative interview, there seems to be very little information available about her in English. Other than that, I know little about her, just my own impressions of the delightful drawing and Miyazaki-like charm that make her work so appealing.
Op art Op Art Illusion design works that look like op art. Please note that this page could make you feel sick. Beautiful Watercolor Paintings of Architecture by Thomas W. Schaller "Don't paint the scene in front of you. Paint the light that defines it and gives it life." Though he was raised on a farm in the Midwest, Thomas W. Schaller spent the majority of his life in Manhattan where he worked as a commercial architectural artist. Today, however, he works for himself, as a watercolor painter based in Los Angeles. Raphael Lacoste Raphael Lacoste is an illustrator, visual development artist and art director for the gaming and film industries. He is currently working with Ubisoft as Brand Art Director for the Assasin’s Creed franchise, which is noted for its beautiful environments. Lacoste’s other gaming credits include: Prince of Persia: The sands of Time and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. He has also worked as a matte painter and designer for feature films like Terminator: Salvation, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Jupiter Ascending and Repo Men. Lacoste’s website features galleries of his work in several areas. He works digitally, primarily in Photoshop, and his images make beautiful use of atmospheric perspective and severely limited palettes.
Illustrations by Pascal Campion Pascal Campion is a French-American illustrator who has worked in a wide variety of media and created cute illustrations in clean and minimalist styles. He studied narrative illustration at Arts Decoratifs de Strasbourg, in France. He works in a studio with high ceilings in San Francisco. View the website
Giantfrog - The Studio of James Clyne - Concept Design, Art Direction, Production Design - oblivion universal 2011 vfx art director star trek into darkness paramount/ bad robot 2012 How To Transfer An Image To A Rock As you already learned from some of our previous tutorials, rocks can make nice decorations and they are cheap too. You can find decorative rocks at any supplies store and even buy a whole bag for 5-10 dollars. But if you think your room deserves more than just some plain rocks, then check out this next idea that will teach you how to transfer an image to a rock. Cool, right? You will need: