Probably my most documented painting, thanks to Irene Gallo’s camerawork.
This is based on Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, and started at the Illustration Master Class.
James Gurney stopped by and you can see me painting it, among other cool stuff from that week here:
I had to write a children’s book for one of my classes for a final assignment this week. The poem and art is mine, but obviously the boy & girl were inspired by Hussie’s Carapacians (and of course I gave all credit in my assignment), so I thought I’d share with you all.
Ugh, I can’t draw dogs, omg, cannot at all.
omg this is so cute
this is really really good jdklf;jkld;a
Beauty and the Beast character designs for Book Illustration. We had to reinvent/put a twist to a classic tale.
Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus by Mary W. Shelley
Illustrations by Nino Carbe
I just finished up doing all the illustrations for the 2014 Astrology Calendar for Llewellyn Worldwide. This was a HUGE project (one of two big projects that’s been stressing me out since last summer), and I’m really happy with how it turned out. Hopefully I can post the interior illustrations soon. (hint, guess where that Taurus lady I posted earlier was from) ;) Don’t worry, each sign has been personified inside the calendar; I had to use the symbolic animals (ox, crab, fish, etc) for the cover to fit everything in, and because I did the cover first and hadn’t nailed down the design for each of the signs’ characters yet.
I know it’s early, but you can preorder the calendar if you are interested. Again, hopefully I can post the interior illustrations soon, I want to share them with youuuuu <3
(edit: Also I know Sagittarius’ archery form is off here, but I had some big help getting it right for the actual Sagittarius illustration :D )
Sergei Sedov tale ”The King is Killing”, part of preparatory process for possible cartoon >_>
I posted some concepts for the King earlier
RIIKKA SORMUNEN HAS WON IMAGE MAGAZINE’S ILLUSTRATION COMPETITION
Finnish magazine “Image” organized a competition for it’s readers to vote for the best illustration from 10 nominees. The winner was announced this week: we are so happy to tell that Riikka Sormunen’s beautiful illustration won the competition with one fifth of all votes! Well done Riikka!