A great little interview with me about my work and the industry at Carbon Dated Art!
Emmeline Pidgen is an award-winning illustrator, making her colorful, upbeat work in a studio in the North West of England. She has built a reputation as a children’s book illustrator (six published picture books, winning the Mom’s Choice Gold Award in 2011) as well as being versatile in…
Well this blog is very satisfying - http://tinypmsmatch.tumblr.com/ . Tiny little objects matched to their Pantone equivalents!
Pantone 362 color match. A tiny T-Rex.
I’ve got a big 5k follower giveaway going on over on Twitter! You can get your mits on one of these limited edition, signed, A3 screenprints! so head over here now - www.twitter.com/emmelinedraws Woop!
A little snapshot of some movement sketches and linework for the new book The Lavender Blue Dress. It’s well underway now!
I’ve been working on this Attack on Titan inspired piece in my downtime. Good practice and lots of fun!
Really enjoyed the show (I’ve yet to read the manga) - I’ve added a bit of a close up of Mikasa so you can see the details!
I was lucky enough to see The Staves at The BBC Radio 6 Music festival last weekend - they were LOVELY. Completely inspired me!
….and here’s the original pencil sketch for that illustration! It’s not often I fully sketch in pencil for illustrations these days - it’s mostly rough sketches or pure digital - but I really enjoyed it!
New blog post! National Art Fund Pass experiences and review. If you’ve considered getting an Art Fund Pass it might be useful to take a look at my review. http://emmelineillustration.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/national-art-fund-pass-experiences-and.html
A quick, chalky warm up sketch from this morning.
These are beautiful! I’ve been recommended Samurai Jack a number of times, I definitely need to get it on the priority-watch list!
Samurai Jack background paintings by William Wray, Scott Willis, and Jenny Gase-Baker. One of my very favorite animations to this day.
I’ve attached a link to Wray’s blog post where most of these are from. Jenny has a blog as well which you should check out.