Artist Rachel Suggs illustrates lovely fantasies with great intricacy and ability. Recently Supersonic got the chance to visit her studio in Baltimore where she is attending the Maryland Institute College of Art working on her BFA in illustration. Her work, however, is a testament to the fact that illustration can also be fine art. See more of Rachel’s studio below:I am so, so flattered. Check out this lovely feature that Supersonicelectronic did of my work! Thanks Steve Kim for taking such lovely photos! :) Also look at this feature they did for my friend Michael!:http://supersonicelectronic.com/post/81502399193/supersonic-visits-michael-uckotter-r
Jon Klassen is a Canadian writer and illustrator of children’s books and an animator. Born in Winnipeg and grew up Toronto, he studied animation at Sheridan College and graduated in 2005. The Los Angeles-based artist might have made his first big splash as an animator, working as a concept artist on high profile animation projects including Coraline and Kung Fu Panda 2This Is Not My Hat, which he also wrote. He is also well known for his 2011 picture book I Want My Hat Back.
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for my maps class we were required to make something for They Draw & Travel (but I’m such a homebody I just did my apartment omg) and for book illustration we had to do 1 or 2 pieces for They Draw & Cook! I was working on these around the same time…this format is really difficult for me LOL.
my paper toy/doll for Digital Illustration :3 (+ bonus shot with her 1 tru love aka a dagger & repulsive themed character by a classmate)
based on the character design we had to make the previous week :3
here’s the template (with some small adjustments) as well - she doesn’t stand well if made of regular copy paper since it’s too flimsy, but it works with heavier duty paper pretty well~
HER ONE TRUE LOVEEEE
my semester project in my advanced illustration class!! it’s finished! and i finally went and got nice pictures taken of my fox and lion friends there, so i can finally post it in it’s entirety.
my project was constellations, i picked four that i liked (read: animals that i wanted to make into plush) and illustrated them, and picked two to make into big plush. they’ve got their constellation embroidered on them in the same place that it is in the illustration, and it glows in the dark!