Hi! so this is a lucky find! Phil McAndrew has done tons of cool illustrations, and very funny comics. His writing is really insightful too.
I like this blog article he wrote about being an illustrator:
Especially the part about not trash talking yourself… sage advice!
I’ve got a new and improved Rise Art profile. Mostly Concept Art from my animations. Click Above!
Posted in Animation, Character Design, Concept Art, Give Trip A Break, Graduate Project, Illustration, My Work, Puppets, Royal Shakespeare Company, Sketch Book |
Tagged Animation, Art, Illustration, My work, Rise Art |
Just came across this guys stuff. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen his stuff in magazines before…visit his blog for plenty more colourful hallucination-illustration.
Check this hella awesome drawing!
it’s by this dude
Brian Butler. Hit his blog.
He does these kind of sketchbook drawings at gigs and festivals (The Slakers are a sick old-school Ska band). He takes down notes of all the people there and some lines of funny dialogue. He’s also done Paper Toy work and Cupco collaborations, hundreds of murals, skate decks, wu-tang t-shirts and hundreds of sketchbook pages. Spoilt for choice.
Posted in Artists, Give Trip A Break, Graduate Project, Illustration, Inspiration |
Tagged Brian Butler, Graffiti, Ice-cream, Illustration, Painting, The Slackers, Wu-Tang Clan |
Remember that baseball bat. It’s going to play an important part in the movie….
Posted in Animation, Character Design, Graduate Project, My Work, Sketch Book |
Tagged Animation, Baseball Bat, California, Central Saint Martins, Character Design, Give Trip A Break, Highschool, Hollywood, Illustration, Los Angeles, Teen Movie |
Just seeing what they look like when they are dressed. Complete with purple shadows!
What’s the matter never seen a blue cat before? 😉
Posted in Animation, Character Design, Collaborations, Illustration, London Transport Museum, My Work |
Tagged Animation, Character Line-up, Charcater Design, Illustration, London, London Characters, Parties, Posters |
I remembered these drawings that Akira Kurosawa used to do for his films. There was an exhibition of them at the Petit Palais in Paris a few years ago, I came across it by chance. At the time I already loved his films and but didn’t know I loved his drawings too.
Posted in Artists, Exhibitions, films, Illustration, Inspiration, Royal Shakespeare Company |
Tagged Akira Kurosawa, Art, Director, Drawing, Filmmaker, Illustration, Inspiration, Japan, Seven Samurai |