Tagged: digital paint
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    Oct 2013

    Ariel Belinco

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    Israeli born Ariel Belinco is a great illustrator, Animator, concept artist and character Designer. His graduation film “Beton” won 16 international awards at major festival including Annecy, Stuttgart, Hiroshima & Zagreb. He currently teaches art and animation at the Bezalel Academy and at the Sapir College cinema department. Besides teaching he works as a freelance animator & director.

    Check out the award winning Beton

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    Oct 2013

    Kozhevnikov Yuriy

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    Kozhevnikov Yuriy is a Russian creative with all kinds of aesthetic skills, so his illustrations are often an amalgamation of different techniques. Photo-manipulation plays a big role in his work, along with 3D and digital painting, often coming together to create strange realities. If you visit his portfolio, you’ll also find website design, logo and identity work, advertising and more.

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    Sep 2013

    Christopher Cunetto

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    Christopher Cunetto is currently living and working from Washington DC. In his own words:

    “My style is saturated, narrative, and figurative – imagery that plays with conventions of seriousness, melodrama, and camp.”

    His techniques range from quick-mark, bold colour fashion illustration to fully rendered work created using coloured pencils. His clients include Washington Post Express, Metro Weekly, Fashion Fights Poverty and Columbia Books.

    Christopher also co-founded the art collective ‘Boys Be Good’, and after checking out their online zines, I thought they had some great content that I’d never come across before.

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    Aug 2013

    Aleksey Litvishkov

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    Fantasy artist Aleksey Litvishkov has some stunning pieces on his website. His funny side often comes through in his work, which is so great to see. After all, not so many artists would go through the effort to create such beautiful pieces for the sake of a gag. But why not? I think it adds to the humour!

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