A very quick and cute illustration.
Today I’ve been working on this silly drawing of a lumberjack enjoying a stroll through the woods.
Another illustration based on my trip to the US, this was a gorgeous green house I found on Daufuskie Island.
If you follow me on social media you may know that I have been exploring the East Coast of America for the past 10 days, one of the places that particularly inspired me was Harbour Town Marina of Hilton Head Island. As the sun was setting the scene was just beautiful so I decided to create an illustration to commemorate my travels there.
Alongside practicing my digital drawing I have had a lot of fun creating and doodling these silly repeatable patterns in my spare time, each of these have been created digitally on Photoshop.
A flipbook animation, drawing in black and white using black pen. It depicts a small yet memorable moment for me whilst away with friends of us drawing circles in the sand with our feet. This piece captures a moment in time, now for anyone to see.
A video clip of this flipbook is yet to come.
I am now coming into my 3rd and final year of my illustration degree and am kicking it off with a summer project brief in which I must create a flip book animation. As a quick starting point I created this basic dot animation of 70 frames (the same number of images required for the flip book) to get back into the groove of animated illustration and to help remind myself of how to use photoshop to create an animation.
Earlier in the week I had the opportunity to join a phonotrope making workshop with Jim Le Fevre, the creator of the phonotrope. It was great to see his work and have the Continue reading “Phonotrope Workshop”