My name is Milky, I’m an artist, hoping for a career in freelance illustration! I really love to work with color pencils, pens, and watercolors. I am receiving art lessons in drawing, and have been passionate about art my whole life. Next year I will be attending college to do a level three course in art and design. After that I plan to do a foundation diploma in art, and then I hope to be able to fulfill my dream of studying Illustration at University!
I decided from a young age I was in love with cartoons and drawing, but it took me a while to realize it, and for it to become more than a simple hobby. For three years now I have taken it seriously, attempting to draw and study at least once a week despite other commitments. During this summer, after my exams, I hope to return…
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Christina Wald, University of Cincinnati
Christina Wald is a professional children’s book illustrator specializing in animal and science work. A prolific artist with over 20 years experience in the field, she has worked with numerous major publishers including Scholastic, Bloomsbury, Hachette, Penguin, and National Geographic, as well as on smaller-scale projects directly with authors.
Christina’s characters have a whimsical, anthropomorphized quality. She creates the majority of her work as traditional, hand-painted illustrations, though she works in a variety of media including digital and vector. All final artwork is sent to clients digitally, regardless of the media it is created in.
She holds a BS in Industrial Design from the University of Cincinnati, and is well-known for her work with licensed gaming products including Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.
Christina loves to combine her two passions: travel and illustration. She lives in Cincinnati with her husband – a toy engineer, and their two cats.
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Amberin Huq, Stew Magazine, University College Falmouth
Amberian Huq is a freelance illustrator living and working in London. She specializes in narrative storytelling, concept art and character designs. She is a graduate from University College Falmouth with a degree in Illustration in 2008 and has since been living and working just outside of London creating and painting under an organized heap of paper in my studio.
Her work plays with perspective, colour and light to create environments that tell a story through their composition. She also loves to create characters with personality and energy whether that be through what they are wearing, expression or gesture.
Here is Amberin Discussiing Her Process:
I usually start with sketching out a really rough idea of what the image is going to look like. I also add some values to get an idea of lighting and depth.
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Yo yo yo, I’m Sarah, and I’m a Freelance Concept/2D/UI artist with 8+ years experience in the games industry across multiple studios, platforms and genres.
I enjoy developing the UI look and feel, giving it its own voice and personality which matches with the themes and direction of the game – the same as if it were a character or environment in the game.
If you’d like to work with me to help you create something new, or if you’d like me to take a look at your project and help you find an art style for it, feel free to send me an email.
My Concept Art and Illustration work as well as broader archive of old projects can be found over at www.frenchbird.wordpress.com
ho chi minh , khoa le
Khoa Le is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer, and painter based in Vietnam. She describes her work as whimsical, dark, yet vibrant and combines traditional and digital processes to create her final pieces. Based in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Khoa is the author and illustrator of numerous picture books. In addition to her work in publishing, she has a few other side jobs such as graphic designer and painter. As a painter, she has participated in several groups and 2 solo exhibitions, in Vietnam and other Asian countries. Khoa is also a proud mom of 5 cats.
Her work can be described as whimsical, dreamy and with a bit of fantasy. She loves details and can draw a mean line-art, so if she was not an illustrator, she would probably be a tattoo artist.
She is the winner of the Grand Prize Samsung KidsTime Authors Award 2015 (Singapore) and the…
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