Howl’s Moving Castle concept art - Living Room in Howl’s Castle
“The room only has one window so I first conceived a drawing where a single ray of light shined against a post in the dark room. I made the drawing just to convey the atmosphere, but its lighting was so dull it clashed too much with the characters. I still made the room dark for my concept art, but I cam up with color tones in conjunction with a lighting design and dusty setting that would enhance the characters”
- Art Director, Yoji Takeshige
Here’s steps for a painting that was pretty defining for me as an artist. It’s a bit older now, but still gives me feels and feels belong on a tumblr. Took three or so days I believe, all from imagination.
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.
Contemporary Art Week!
What if Nintendo made an Animal Crossing game with Pokemon?
Art created by Turtle-Arts
I am not living next to Hypno
working on a piece to go with this
the companion piece will be male, named Destruction. i’m hoping it turns as well as this has
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.
© All images courtesy the artist
look at me using my sketchbook the way you’re supposed to~
Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.