Category Archives: Digital Illustration

Tyler Gross Talks about Sourcing Textures and Working Digitally

Posted at 6 am on July 27, 2014 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Mixed Media, Photoshop

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Tyler Gross talks to us about working digitally and how he brings in real-life influences from print. It allows him to retain the same sense of tactility as when he works in other mediums by hand while still having the convenience of working on the computer.

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Jungyeon Roh Talks about Choosing a Process with Digital and Screen Printed Illustrations

Posted at 1 pm on July 26, 2014 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Ink Illustration, Screen Printing

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New York-based, South Korean illustrator Jungyeon Roh creates bold, graphic images with a process inspired by her silkscreen printing work. She talks to us about how time factors in when chooses the kind of technique she will use.

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Sketchbook Sneak: Irina Troitskaya's Entertaining Collection of Expressions

Posted at 3 pm on July 13, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Digital Illustration, Mixed Media, Sketchbooks

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There’s an exceptional amount of expression that comes tumbling out of the pages of Irina Troitskaya’s children’s book illustrations. Not only has she captured the most entertaining collection of facials expressions on her characters, but the energy and vigour in her mark making also helps to paint in life and charm into her work.

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A Conversation with Tsach Weinberg about his New Digital Comic 'Needles and Dust'

Posted at 9 am on July 7, 2014 by

Posted in: Comic Art, Digital Illustration, Technology

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With the ever-growing prevalence of smart devices as a primary source of all-in-one entertainment, artists are developing new ways to present and publish their work.

We interview the creator of ‘Needles and Dust’, a new digital comic that takes advantage of new media platforms while also trying to stay true to the traditional format of a comic.

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A Sense of Stillness in the Slick Illustrations by Thomas Danthony

Posted at 3 pm on June 22, 2014 by

Posted in: Digital Illustration, Vector Illustration

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The slick illustration style of Thomas Danthony gives his work a beautiful sense of stillness while also having a cinematic quality to it that we really like. Thomas is originally from France but now based in London, and has a list of previous clients that include GQ, Microsoft, The Sadler’s Wells Theatre.

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