Category Archives: Character Illustration

New Exhibition of Pete Fowler's Acrylic Paintings Opening this Week at Beach London

Posted at 6 am on September 2, 2014 by

Posted in: Announcements, Character Illustration, Reviews, Toys, Vector Illustration

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Pete Fowler’s distinct brand of character design has made its mark around the world in the form of vinyl figures, record covers, apparel, art, and much more. Recently, Pete has been adding to the ever-growing range of work that he produces by applying his recognisable style to acrylic paintings.

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Illustrated Scenes from Film and Television by Dominic Bugatto

Posted at 1 pm on August 30, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Digital Illustration, Vector Illustration

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Dominic Bugatto has a knack for interesting compositions and regularly constructs clever images depicting poignant scenes from film and television. He blends a use of line work and creative vector shading for his editorial and portrait illustration.

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Wordless Storytelling from Recent Graduate Michael Parkin

Posted at 6 pm on August 29, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Mixed Media

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Recent graduate, Michael Parkin’s rough marks and charmingly imperfect edges lend a gritty, hand-made style to the sequential illustrations he creates. We take a look at some of his comics and other projects as he tells us about the process he goes through while making them.

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Line, Form, and Charming Characters with Jay Cover

Posted at 5 am on August 16, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Mixed Media

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Whether he is creating simple, linear drawings in charcoal or his colourful characters, Jay Cover’s work always comes across with a great sense of confidence.

His forms are beautifully stripped down, while the charming personalities in his illustrations walk around with a lovely understated humour.

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