Category: Character Design
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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.

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    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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    Feb 2014

    Phobs

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    Very popular deviantArt illustrator, Phobs, packs her gallery with vivid characters donning carefully observed outfits. Never scared of detail she regularly dress a scene with an array of elaborate fabrics. As an avid mix-media artist, Phobs is able to incorporate a range of textures in her work. It’s this attention to detail that really tell the story of her characters and bring them to life.

    You can see more of Phobs work on her tumblr, and she also has a second deviantArt page you can enjoy.

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    Jan 2014

    G. Grossman

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    Firstly, we would like to wish all our fellow Loungers a Happy New Year and hope you had a cheerful festive break. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that we are looking for Guest Authors. If you are a knowledgeable illustration-enthusiast, write well, and want to share your passion on the Lounge for all to read, please contact us. We would love to get back to posting daily by expanding the Illustrator’s Lounge team and can not do it without your help.

    Now, with the formalities out of the way, let me introduce you to today’s feature, G. Grossman. If you are anything like me and wondering what the “G” stands for, I used all the Google-Fu I know but still could not find out for you, so sadly that will have to remain a mystery. However, though the forename is unsaid, G. Grossman has been rather vocal about their process answering a cross-section of questions. I positively appreciate the variety of time-honoured mediums Grossman uses, particular the watercolour/colour pencil combination. It is also nice to know Grossman’s skill as a traditional illustrator does not deter from taking pieces to the computer to add that little bit extra. To see more of G. Grossman’s work please check out the GG Makes Art website, and tumblr.

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    Nov 2013

    Leticia Reinaldo

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    Leticia Reinaldo aka lelatr is Brazil born, but currently living and working in LA. She is 3D Modeler and Texture Artist whom has a particular skill in creating atmosphere. Her character illustrations are beaming with life, so much so that you want to be friends with them! …or that could just be me. As well as producing assests for video games and commercials, Leticia Reinaldo has also had the chance to share her skills teaching at SAGA – School of Art.

    Check out Ms. Reinaldo’s demo reel and more of work on her website.

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