Category: Animation
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    Mar 2014

    Brandon James Scott

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    The Loungers have all been long-time fans of Brandon James Scott’s work. It has it all; consideration, charisma, humour, and longevity. It combines rough textures with lush and harmonious colours.

    On top of his illustrator hat, Mr. Scott he has also worn Art Director, Director, Designer and Writer. Working across an array of fields with a range of clients including JibJab Media, Mattel Entertainment, Ogilvy & Mather, Disney, and Nickelodeon. Mr. Scott is also the creator and art director of the Emmy-nominated Justin Time.

    Clearly hard-working, Mr. Scott has also written and illustrated two children’s books as well as co-illustrating the The Longest Christmas List Ever, alongside JibJab founder Evan Spiridellis.

    You can find more of Mr. Scott’s wonderful work on his website.

  2. 6

    Mar 2014

    Vera Brosgol

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    Storyboard and comic artist Vera Brosgol was born in Moscow, but has lived in the United States since the age of five. She contributed to 3 volumes the Flight anthologies and gained broad recognition with her first graphic novel, Anya’s Ghost. Published in 2011 by First Second Books, it won Brosgol an Will Eisner award in Best Publication for Teens.

    You can check out more of Vera Brosgol’s work on her website. She has not updated her blog in a short while, but you can have plenty of fun sieving through the archive, where you can find posts like this, about her process.

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    Mar 2014

    Sebastian Ramn

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    Sebastian Ramn is a freelance Art Director and Illustrator, operating out of Stockholm. His work ranges from editorial illustration to TV Network identities, animated shorts and graphic novels.

    Mr. Ramn’s recently established a new website to plays host to much of his current work, but with the key aim of providing in-depth background on his process and reasoning. His finely written article are definitely worth a read, you can start with Omission in storytelling.

  4. 26

    Feb 2014

    Adam Foreman

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    Adam Foreman aka A4man (get it?), is an illustrator, animator, sculptor and designer. He has worked with multi award-winning independent game developers Size Five Games on the video game Gun Monkeys. Mr. Foreman also worked on trading card artwork for the video game Hack, Slash, Loot!. His geometric style really exaggerates the quirkiness of his characters. Check out his website for more work.

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    Jan 2014

    Javi de Castro

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    You may already be familiar with the work of Javi de Castro from a recent running Doctor Who gif, which he created for the Spanish site Crucigramas y Café, to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary. As an avid fan of gifs, de Castro uses them exceptionally well in his illustrations, demonstrated perfectly in his webcomic Everybody. His style utilises simplified shapes with minimal pencil outlines, combined with often vivid colour choices, making his portfolio a relaxing joy to flick through. You can check out de Castro’s work on his blog and tumblr.

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