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Giant Killer


Jesper Ejsing

[caption id="attachment_48144" align="aligncenter" width="653"] Giant Killer, Magic the Gathering, Throne of Eldraine[/caption] When it comes to narrative illustration I find them way harder to do than figure portraits. Portraits is all about figuring out the figure and the mood and the personality. Those illustrations are difficult in their own way, but I think, not as many routes and choices as a narrative illustration. In an illustration where a story line takes place, I try to…

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Nathan Fowkes on Color Composition


Dan dos Santos

October 18, 2019 - Nathan Fowkes is a veteran entertainment industry artist, lecturer and author with credits on 11 feature films including The Prince of Egypt, Spirit, several projects within the Shrek Universe, How to Train Your Dragon, The Legend of Puss in Boots and Rio2. He is currently working on animated feature films for Disney, Blue Sky Studios and Paramount Animation. As a consultant, Nathan has worked with Blizzard Entertainment, King, Disney Interactive, Riot Games and Ubisoft to enhance their theatrical presentation. [gallery columns="4" link="file" ids="48129,48130,48132,48131"] Adobe Live has created an amazing series of free educational videos, geared towards digital artists. In this series, join Illustrator, Teacher and Author Nathan Fowkes as he references past work to demonstrate color techniques and create original illustrations! In this three-part series, Nathan focuses on the concept of unity with variety. Watch…

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