Loneliness Illustration 'making of' Animation
This video shows the creation of my Walk Magazine illustration from hand-drawn black pen to final image. You can see the different stages and how I applied colour and other details on Photoshop. This is one of two illustrations I created for Walk Magazine about the benefits of rambling for overcoming loneliness during the winter months. It’s so important to get out and about and shake off those winter blues especailly in these bleak January and February months! #illustration
Art Sketchbook Ideas: Creative Examples to Inspire High School Students
Looking for art sketchbook ideas? This article showcases inspirational high school sketchbooks - inspiration for the student and teacher.
Global Warning by rokkinvisual on DeviantArt
::: Contribute to The 2010 CoolClimate Art Contest ::: Concept: Every little thing of non eco-friendly behaviours in our daily life is a cruelty towards... Global Warning
5 interesting ways to decorate a plain wall
Find out interesting ways to add texture and colour to your walls. Let your imagination run wild, trust your gut and create a stylish and unique space that will feel completely your own.
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Watercolors by Marc Allante Hong Kong born artist Marc Allante exhibited a passion for the visual arts from an early age. Having lived in Hong Kong, Sydney and London, his work is inspired in both...
Kinder Students explore Mondrian and Primary Colors!
Kinder students learned about the Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. We looked at several of his artworks and discussed his use of primary color...
Visit Ana Popescu’s imaginary mid-century modernist villas
Artist and illustrator Ana Popescu was born in Romania and studied printmaking and drawing at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. “I think I work somewhere between illustration and art,” says Anna. “I don’t see myself as just one, and I think my work reflects this blurred line. I also grew up in France reading comic books so drawing and illustration was always very present.”