30 December 2014
29 December 2014
Model sheets, sometimes called character sets or “settei”, are drawings of characters in various views that are distributed to teams who work on the same animations, comics, or other art or illustration projects for which consistency in the rendering of the character must be maintained between several different artists. Model Sheets (@modelsheets) is a Twitter […]
20 December 2014
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04 December 2014
The November 2014 / January 2015 edition of Professional Artist magazine features an article by me titled “Think Before You Leap: Beware of People Who Tell You to Follow Your Passion.”
The editor suggested photos of artists at work to accompany the article and I knew exactly who to contact: ceramic artist Patricia Griffin.
Patricia Griffin in her studio. Photo by Debbie Markham.
Patricia is a member of my Art Biz Incubator and I receive her newsletter.
Months ago she sent an email with gorgeous photos of her in the studio. I complimented her on the images and she told me that she had hired a professional photographer to take photos of her in the studio. It showed.
Patricia’s photos were so engaging that they stood out among the hundreds of emails I see from artists. I remembered
02 December 2014
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01 December 2014
29 November 2014
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15 October 2014
Things are getting a little stressful, so I took a little time out for a #Watercolor #illustration. I give you Dakota Garryowen!
29 September 2014
Open Studios is coming! I hope you can make it to see 25 different artists including me! #santacruz #studio (at 17th Avenue Studios)
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16 September 2014
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05 September 2014
Two things immediately jump out at me when looking over the illustrations of Scott Brundage: one is his deft control of mood and atmosphere across his range of styles, the other is, of course, the wonderful expressiveness of his characters. Brundage works in watercolor, and his style ranges from dark and intense to light and […]
04 September 2014
Tyler Carter is concept and visual development artist, originally from Utah. While he was still in school, he interned at Disney Feature Animation and Pixar Animation Studios. On graduation, he began working with Blue Sky Studios, where he has worked on projects like Ice Age 4 and Epic, and is currently working on their new […]
30 August 2014
New Blog Post over on BrianBowesIllustration.com!
A while back I put together a video sharing some of my watercolor techniques. There was a lot of positive feedback on that video that I wanted to create another process video.
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27 August 2014
Here’s your chance to get your hands on some Velociraptor-themed goodies!
I’m so excited! Thanks everyone!
Please signal-boost if you like!
Backed. Because I pretty much need that shirt…
26 August 2014
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15 August 2014
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11 August 2014
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09 August 2014
19 July 2014
Dancer Adjusting her Slipper, Edgar Degas Pencil on colored paper, 13×10 inches (33x24cm). In the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Degas did numerous studies, drawings, pastels and paintings of dancers preparing; this seemingly simple pencil drawing has always been one of my favorites. Straightforward and direct, we see Degas seeking out his model’s form and gesture, […]
12 July 2014
07 July 2014
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14 June 2014
View in Windsor Park, Paul Sandby Pen and brown ink, gray wash, over a graphite underdrawing. 13 3/16 x 20 1/4 in. (335 x 515 mm). In the Morgan Library & Museum. Click Zoom, then use Full Screen and zoom controls under image. Info at left.
11 June 2014
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10 June 2014
Marcantonio Raimondi, Agostino Musi called Veneziano. The Witch's Procession.
Franz von Bocholt
Jacob de Gheyn
Jan Saenredam after Hendrik Goltzius
Louis Surugue after Raphael and Giulio Romano
Lucifer. Flemmish 1591-1650. engrav. Cornelis Galle after Cigoli
Master L. Cz.
Salvator Rosa, Jason and the Dragon