FROM PRINT MAGAZINE
Curious Pictures & Curiouser Conversations:
15 Artists In Wonderland
By Michael Dooley
Center Stage Gallery is now featuring more than 100 works by around three dozen of the field’s most creative pros: animation concept and character designers, visual developers, illustrators, and comics artists for movies, television, toys, and video games. Naturally, most are local, but the talent is as far-flung as Paris and Taiwan. And their work ranges from paintings and prints to handmade story-themed jewelry and micro-sculptures housed in tiny bottles.
To read the complete story:
Illustration by Lorelay Bové “Kiss on the Nose”
Typography Creation Kit worth $7,285 – Only $34
There are Vector images, textures, PS Brushes, TYPEFACES, and a few other things. Heads up, it only lasts for 39 more hours at this price.
There’s also a free trial download!
To view this article in its entirety, please visit – http://9gag.com/gag/aBQXyXD?ref=fb.s
To view this piece and more artwork from alumnus Alisa Bishop, please visit – http://alzuna.tumblr.com/
Thought I’d do a monthly landscape sorta thing to go with the avatar thing, since I don’t do enough ~environments~ so here’s a wintery landscape since where I’m from December = snow, snow, and more snow. :D Definitely inspired by Eyvind Earle.
15 Steps To Freelance Illustration:
(… follow the link for more)
Is sketching by hand more than a nostalgic activity? How is paper any different from a screen, especially when hardware is becoming more and more sophisticated? Is improving your hand-sketching skills really worthwhile when high-tech software is advancing every day? What difference can a pencil possibly make?
15 steps to freelance illustration is a Step-by-Step guide and Workbook written specifically to give you the best chance of getting started on the right foot. Thousands of your fellow artists have already benefitted from this book, and many professors have made it required reading for their students, because it tells you exactly what you need to do to be a successful professional Illustrator.
(… follow the link to continue reading)
The Google homepage today features a cartoon homage to a range of famous films, including “Spartacus,” “West Side Story,” “Man With the Golden Arm,” and the immortal Hitchcock thriller “Vertigo.” What do all those movies have in common? They all feature the work of the pioneering designer and artist Saul Bass, who did for the opening credit montage what Rodin (another recent Google doodle honoree) did for sculpture.
For more information on Saul Bass check out