Category

Concept Art

  1. Oriol Vidal

    Multi-disciplined illustrator Oriol Vidal crafts lively and vibrant artwork for a variety of media. Using delicate linework, strong composition and touches of texture, Oriol brings comical monsters, adorable dinosaurs and high-spirited children to life for picture books and storyboards. By creating relatable characters, he is able to capture life’s more realistic and reflective moments.

  2. Maïlis Colombié

    Maïlis Colombié is an animation student from Paris, France. She is currently studying a Master’s degree in character animation and animated filmmaking at the world famous Gobelins. As she approaches graduation this year, her confident work already shows strong personality and discipline.

  3. Delfina Pérez Adán

    Delfina Pérez Adán is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Dibujos, Argentina. She creates characters and backgrounds for animation as well as illustrations for magazines and comics.

  4. Bastien Jalibert

    Bastien ‘Coolashu’ Jalibert is a character and background designer based in Paris. His stripped back work playfully utilises geometric shapes. With minimal lines he exaggerates characters’ features and creates abstract landscapes for them to inhabit. He employs light textures and harmonious saturated colours to bring a scene to life.

  5. In Their Own Words – Michel Verdu

    Michel Verdu is a freelance character designer and illustrator. His madcap characters bumble around, sing and scowl all while remaining charming and cute. His eye-catching colours help bring energy and an mystical quality to his work. Though the saturation isn’t pumped up to the max, it is pretty close. Michel Verdu shares with us the push he needed to become a freelance illustrator and the importance of humour in his work.

  6. Steven Sugar

    Steven Sugar is the Lead Background Designer on Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and the inspiration for the main character.