Tokyo Illustrators Society (TIS) 東京イラストレーターズ・ソサエティ - Tokyo Illustrators Society artists Filter Copyright © 1998-2014 Tokyo Illustrators Society. All Right Reserved. When saying no at work can be a good thing for your career May 26, 2015 6:00 am Dan LeFebvre If your first instinct is to turn something down, there’s probably a good reason for that. Before disregarding your instincts, try taking a step back and considering the impact agreeing to do whatever you’re asked can have on your work. It’s a common scenario in any studio: You’re in a groove and your colleague pops over to ask if you’ll give them some feedback on their latest work. How many times have you just wanted to say “no”? How do I become … an illustrator Cliff Wright had spent years painting woodland animals for children's book's when the call came from publisher Bloomsbury. "They wanted me to illustrate the cover of a book called Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," he says. "I'd never heard of Harry Potter at that point, so it was just another job for me." The first book in JK Rowling's series had been illustrated by a young graduate from art college and, following its success, the publisher had decided to recruit a more experienced illustrator for the sequel. "I didn't have time to read the whole manuscript so I went with their suggestion of the flying car," says Wright, 49.
Heart Artist’s Agents - Artists London Heart Top Floor 100 De Beauvoir Road London N1 4EN T Tel 020 7254 5558 F Fax 020 7923 4791 firstname.lastname@example.org Google map Spain's Moyupi lets kids create their own full-color 3D printed monster toy designs Jun 23, 2015 | By Simon For many parents, one of the most important artifacts for documenting their child’s childhood has consistently been their child’s artwork - whether it comes in the form of a clay sculpture for the table, a watercolor painting for the fridge or even a more complex painting that is worthy of being framed. But as we move into an era that allows content creators to get even more creative with the ways that they document and share their work, could it be possible to use these options to help preserve a child’s artwork in new ways that leverage these new 3D technologies including 3D printing?
Planeta Tangerina Publisher Out there – A guide to discovering nature Even if we live in a big city, there is always nature outside: clouds and stars, trees and flowers, rocks and beaches, birds, reptiles or mammals.What are we waiting for?Let’s jump off the couch and begin exploring! Latest... Planeta Tangerina: best european publisher Print’s Hand Drawn Illustration Competition Finalists New Girls Club by Michael Byers (Guelph, Ontario, Canada) Materials Used: Ink and Digital Color Artist’s statement: This piece was for an article about a woman who started a new financial service company directed towards helping women in financial crisis. This brave illustration project made a D&AD New Blood judge cry University of Lincoln creative advertising graduate Tom Watkins reduced a jury member to tears during judging for the D&AD New Blood Awards. His project, When I'm a Dad, is a highly personal response to a New Blood brief from WeTransfer: envision the person you'll be in 10 years time through illustration. Watkins illustrated a beautiful children's book to inspire future fathers and launched a website to help grow an online conversation around the project. "Such a brave, personal and unique take on the brief, with a beautiful sentiment and a maturity that belies the age of the author," said the judges. We covered the project back in March – you can read more here.
About Will Terry Will Terry Illustration About email@example.com Pro tips to help you find your inner artist From the beginning of my career as a young artist, the worlds of JRR Tolkien have inspired me to create art. From Frodo to Boromir to Saruman, I love to delve into their psyche and create images reflecting the turmoil and conflicts that rocked their world, and in a way mirror our own. My earlier attempts at portraying the riches of Tolkien's writings had always fallen short, not just at the technical level but on the conceptual as well.
Imaginism Studios Inc. Bobby Chiu is our Founder and Creative Director Bobby’s art career started at the age of two with a box of crayons and his family’s white living room walls. He got his first professional art job at the age of seventeen, designing Disney, Warner Bros., and Star Wars toys. Bobby has since won a number of awards for his independent work and is featured perennially in various juried art annuals and magazines. Avengers S.H.I.E.L.D OS Ver 1.2.0 for Rainmeter - Rainmeter Skins Gallery. Rainmeter skins and themes Download. RMSkin file download. Most skins are now available in a choice of three colours; Orange, Red and Blue. Simply click with the middle mouse button on the skin to cycle through the colours So after 3 weeks of chipping away at this in between revision for my A-Levels, I've finally completed my first skin package. I proudly present S.H.I.E.L.D OS The design of the skin is taken directly from the computers on the Helicarrier in The Avengers. I got all of my reference material from the actual designer of the UI for the movie.
Surreal Photographs Mix Wes Anderson And Salvador Dali Photographer Todd Baxter doesn't try to capture real life in his photos. He's a narrative artist whose medium happens to be photography. "I have these ideas for a scene—like two kids looking into a glowing hole at night in the woods ("Owl Scouts") or the aftermath of a burglary with a couple tied up in their living room ("Bound and Gagged")," he says, "and I try to make them happen." His photography isn't photorealistic: It's staged, slightly off-kilter, and just a bit surreal. He uses a camera, but his work is less photojournalistic than it is painterly. Baxter's 2010 series "Owl Scouts," a narrative series that depicts Boy and Girl Scout kids getting lost in the woods, reveals how adeptly photography can be used to evoke fantasies rather than to capture real life.
A Vegetable Growing Guide Infographic Cheat Sheet We are right in the middle of vegetable-planting season, the sun is shining, and we’ve wanted to grow our own veg for a while now, but the thought of knowing where to plant them, how far apart the different vegetables should be, and how long they need to grow can become daunting if you plan on doing more that one at a time. Infographic and embed code below. Click here to download the vegetable growing cheat sheet for print and mobile. Lucky for us all, we’ve been working on a solution to this problem. Good to be Home’s downloadable Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet is a complete chart of all the vegetables you may want to grow this summer. Since this guide was first produced we’ve been beavering away and have come up with an interactive version of the infographic that lets you choose your climate, what you want to plant and where you want to plant it.