Leandro Castelao talks to us about his process and gives us some interesting insights on how the act of making in itself is an important stage in generating ideas. We take a look at his slick digital designs as he discusses this and more.
Nicolas Little’s illustrations are skilfully balanced and expertly composed. He uses slick, geometric¬†structures to craft intriguing designs with multiple well-thought-out¬†layers.
Nicholas has a toolbox of aesthetic¬†and conceptual techniques at his disposal and is adept at dealing them out in the right places.
London-based illustrator, Scott Smith has a knack for using cool, foreboding colour combinations to evoke a sense of eeriness. Combined with sharp, cutting skylines, his cityscapes and other scenes have a great atmospheric feel to them.
Sam Glynn’s process involves paying close attention to colour and texture, and moving between different programs to get the desired effect. The resulting images are bold but also have some really nice variations in atmosphere and tone.
It’s always great to hear about illustrators who have taken the risk of setting out on their own in pursuit of their passion. In the case of Karolis Strautniekas, doing so has¬†given us some outstanding images to take in and appreciate.
Thick strikes of expressive marks and boldly sketched areas of shading fill Joe Lillington’s illustrations with a lot of movement and feeling. He tells us about the parts of his process where he works digitally while still keeping drawing at the core of his work.