Free Font Oswald by Vernon Adams This license can also be found at this permalink: Copyright (c) 2012, Vernon Adams (email@example.com), with Reserved Font Name Oswald This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. This license is copied below, and is also available with a FAQ at: Renaat Veris Artworks Renaat Veris was born in Noorderwijk ( Belgium) on January 30, 1940. He lives and works in Grobbendonk, where his Atelier can also be visited. Veris is an artist with many facets.
Make your own Word Search with Discovery Education's Puzzlemaker! Skip Discover Education Main Navigation Forgot username or password? Passcode/Create New User Help Record Covers - RodneyMatthews.com Rodney Matthews is perhaps best known for his record cover designs, and for good reason; he has been responsible for well over seventy since he was commissioned by Thin Lizzy in 1969. Strangely, Rodney could have obtained more commissions in this genre had he been a better businessman. During the Sixties and Seventies he had played with his band on the same stages as many other well known acts: Cream, Manfred Mann, Slade, Eric Clapton's Derek and the Dominoes, Yes, and Genesis to name a few, but it hadn't occurred to him to take along his portfolio to solicit work! He was also getting commissions from David Howells at MCA Records in the early '70s, but for black & white caricature and cartoon work for Stackridge rather than the Osibisa (and later Yes) covers that fell to another designer and illustrator from Howells.
DAN HIPP My Gwen Stacy variant cover for Black Widow this June. DC Comics’ variant cover theme for July is “Teen Titans GO!” I had fun. One-Liners. Trading card size illustrations I’ve been posting on Instagram. Humour and Clever Direction in Animations by Ross Phillips Animator Ross Phillips brings together wit and timing in his wonderful animated snippets. We take a look at some of his visual one liners as well as his gif-based comic strip. In Ross’ area of design, there are so many factors working together. What might only be there for only a few seconds gets to the punchline and lands it with a lot of silly fun and humour. Whether it’s a play on words, the way the characters move, or the comic timing, Ross’s animations are always superbly crafted and oodles of fun. Computer Arts 212 Cover - Andrew Groves I was asked by Computer Arts Magazine to illustrate the cover of their latest issue, in which they investigate ways to protect design work from copycats and plagiarists, and offer advice on how to proceed with legal action should you fall foul to such behaviour. As well as the cover, the illustration continues inside and throughout the feature and was a pleasure to work on.
The Michael Humphries Gallery The Guiding Light ©Michael Humphries Gold Country Hidden Treasures FABIEN MENSE Hello, First I can only speak for me, and as I’m working as a freelance artist, I can only talk about this kind of experience. Working in the animation industry as concept artist is great. It demands a lot of work and exigency. Working in the animation means working with a team, you have to learn to question yourself, accept corrections, defend your ideas and communicate.Visual development isn’t just creating nice characters and images, it’s about understanding a story, the characters specificities and to translate it as well as you can, and as interestingly as possible.