Category Archives: Character Illustration

Brilliant Colours and Bold Lines in Illustrations by Martina Paukova

Posted at 2 pm on August 31, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Digital Illustration

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With its thick, confident lines and layouts of organised shapes, you might think that Martina Paukova’s process involves a lot of careful drafting. But she talks to us about how she likes to keep a looser approach to the start of her projects.

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Lighting and Depth Using Solid Forms by Chi Birmingham

Posted at 9 pm on August 27, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Painting, Vector Illustration

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Chi Birmingham has developed a strong, unique style by finding a place between bold, solid forms and the softer touch of the hand-drawn line.

His illustrations are broken down into sets of rounded blocks of form and thick, imposing lines. It gives every image he makes a punchy tone and immediate pull for the eye.

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Detailed and Creative Worlds Drawn by Elisa Macellari

Posted at 9 pm on August 12, 2015 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Pencil Illustration

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We really like the light and free-flowing drawing style of Elisa Macellari. Peppered with fine, linear details, she creates enjoyable worlds decorated with patterned fauna.

Elisa is a Milan-based Thai-Italian illustrator, and describes herself as someone who likes “colorful things, wild animals, jungles, mysterious creatures,¬†strange objects and tom yum soup.”

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