Probably off somewhere slaying dragons, eating cookies and sailing the seven seas. However, when she isn't busy doing the above, she can be found drawing, thinking about drawing and coming up with stories to illustrate.
Sarah Andrea Botting, or ‘Sabstar’, is a UK based Illustrator living in south-east England, who specialises in colourful graphic designs and illustrations. She loves producing vibrant digital work, with bold colours and strong line-work, but is equally at-home using pen, marker and ink. She has recently enjoyed producing T-shirt designs and prints featured on Redbubble, Qwertee and Rodeo Arcade, and aims to expand her online presence further.
I enjoy observing people and their surroundings, particularly through the discipline of reportage.
I'm a professional bum but this can be negotiated. Influenced by surrealist art and the human form - adaptable style of working and have been known to have the 'fine art' bomb dropped about work on numerous occasions. "Art is the human eye and everything it captures"....so please find enclosed in every piece a part of myself,
Amy Congalton is a UK based illustrator and textile designer. Amy likes to work with print and repeat pattern in a variety of mediums. Machine embroidery is one of her main passions along with fabric design.
I'm a kent-based illustrator who enjoys using strong line work to create an engaging narrative
I have been passionate about drawing and painting since a very early age. Since the start of my career as an Illustration student, I have being intrigued by the many aspects of print I believe this is were my strengths lie. I am a keen learner of the practice of screen-printing and have produced many of my artworks through this medium.
My work has branched into several mediums, and has developed heavily in 3D illustration, using traditional model-making and set design techniques. I am generally inspired by fictional based narratives and this features heavily in my illustration work
Matthew Alker is an illustration student currently Based in Kent. Fine liners and markers are his first weapon of choice but this doesn't mean he shies away from working with other materials. Most fun he has drawing Is when he can mess around with drawing hid made up weird looking characters. Colour plays a huge part to his work; playing around with different palletes to help it visually stand out. Inspiration comes from a variety of areas but mainly from films, tv,mythology and everyday life.
Emma Bowden is a freelance Illustrator/designer graduating in 2014 with an illustration BA (hons) degree from the University for the Creative Arts. She welcomes commissions in any area of illustration and design, with a special interest in Children's Illustration. Emma works in a variety of medias using traditional illustration methods, but enjoys enhancing her images digitally to create a more contemporary image.
I have a realistic style of illustration, working primarily in watercolour paint
I am an aspiring illustrator from Bexley, in my work I mostly take inspiration from the past and try an approach the subject in a contemporary and exciting way
I work with paper cutting and am keen on experimenting with different techniques, formats and layering.
An illustrator based in Kent, UK. Practices in a broad range of mediums, but is most at home with digital artwork, usually working with vector shapes. I take inspiration from printmaking and traditional forms of working to create my work. I love history, particularly taking influence from design aesthetics from different periods.
Aspiring illustrator, character designer and concept artist.
Curiosity-Delving Entity Favouring Geometry, Handwritten Ink Jobs, Knowing Lines, Manipulating Nature's Occurring Polygons. (Endeavouring to explore the visually textural.)
Half freaky half fun
Illustrator based in Maidstone, have some experience with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator as well as basic knowledge of Final cut Pro and Dragon Specialises with acrylic painting.
I enjoy producing and illustrating comics and other narrative-based pieces. I work with a combination of traditional and digital media and my working process is influenced by printmaking techniques.
My illustration focuses on line, colour and form to create enjoyable and humorous imagery.
Sarah’s style is known to be playful, loose, quick and sketchy. She works in a linear style of line and enjoys adding strong strict pallets of colour to her drawings, reflecting her project theme. Her ideas often come best when traveling, as she thrives of meeting new people and visiting new places.
Materials i prefer to work with include pencils, graphite sticks, pastels, oil pastels and charcoal. I also enjoy working with animation and film. The piece is about self-judgement and how we perceive ourselves to be. Hope you enjoy it. Max Cuthbert
Lydia Kokkinaki is a UK based illustrator coming from Greece. As she has experienced art in its classic mode, UK's contemporary essence allowed her to expand her creations by mixing traditional creations with modern and minimal touches.
Jessica Foad is an illustrator of sorts. The end.
My practise leans towards drawing, stemming from my undying adoration for children’s illustration, and my concentrated expressive side pushes me into contemporary practises. My head on influences to my work are people such as Fritz Seibel, Shirley Barber and Frank Endersby. These being a small selection of my inspirations which incite me to create, get lost and prosper in my practise.
Illustrator and Designer based in East London. Specialising in print and contemporary illustration.
Predominantly comic art artist, works both digitally and traditionally, heavily inspired by the likes of Mike Mignola and Michael Oeming.
Illustraton graduate from Essex, England.
I have always been intrigued by the idea that Illustration and Design can influence perspectives and shape minds. I set out to communicate my imagination in a way that enthralls and inspires.
My most recent practice stems mainly from interests in classic literature and interpreting the themes and ideas within through a combination of digital and traditional techniques. Charlotte Tomlin
As a young illustrator, Lannah enjoys experimenting with her art, and uses an eclectic range of materials to suit the different projects she delves into. Naturally, she enjoys creating narrative pieces in either a single image, or a group - as a result she aims to create evocative images and text that create the most impact on the audience, and spread awareness for such issues as living with disabilities, prejudice and the stifling of imagination.
My work is investigating the similarities between humans and bees, more specifically Chinese workers. The initial inspiration for the project was the news story that ran with a skyscraper planned to be built in Changsha, China called Sky City; I was already thinking about bees and the impact we, as a race, have on them but Sky City being so hive like revealed the similarities between communist and bee culture indefinitely. Michael Howdon
An image should be, first and foremost, something enjoyable and precious to behold. Not in some egocentric sense that my skill should inspire awe, that isn't the case nor is it my belief of myself. But the head, hand and heart of the image-maker should be so visible in their work that the viewer cannot help but fall in love with the image, just as much as it is evident the image-maker loved bringing it into existence.
Over the years I have worked in a variety of different illustration styles but recently I have zeroed in on a heavily graphic ink style inspired by the likes of Charles Burns and Frank Miller, which I then colour digitally. This style works well on subjects as diverse as a personal piece about being Transgender, to dark horror stories such as an adaptation of 'Berenice' by Edgar Allen Poe, to simple comical pieces. Ryan Wigley
I’m a Illustrator and Craft maker based in Essex, England. I illustrate designs to print on to fabric and use these to create wonderful products. Angelica Hood
Art has always been in my life, however now more then ever i have developed my work into something more unique to me. Tattoos and Street art are my inspiration within my drawings and have helped me develop ideas and create work. I love working with pen and keeping my work simple with line and limiting the colour within my pieces.
I love drawing and painting, and generally making things. I particularly enjoy using inks and paints, as well as experimenting with various different mediums. I tend to focus on narratives and often develop work into storybooks, prints or 3D objects.
Illustrator and Designer based in London, England. My work involves experiments with printmaking, drawing, projection and photography. I enjoy playing with the different mediums in order to produce an exciting range of styles and outcomes.
Kirsty is mostly a digital dominant illustrator from UCA, that experiments with layers and textures in her work. She enjoys illustrating visual narratives and is influenced by the activities around her and images envisioned by sound.
Jamie Drabble is an illustrator based in Portsmouth. He grew up in the hampshire country side in a town called Petersfield and is currently studying BA Hons Illustration at The University of the Creative Arts Maidstone. He one day hopes to illustrate for a wide range of clients internationally.
I am an illustrator who has a passion for reportage. Recreating what I see with my own style using a varied thickness of line, using a digital finish to add colour. Being inspired by the environment allows me to draw with a whole mass of creative opportunities. Interacting with people and drawing as I see creates strong works, which follow.
Amy Lane was created in 1992 in the UK. She can often be found drawing pictures. Her natural habitat is on the computer or in a sketchbook, surrounded by drawing implements and general mess. Having spent three years studying Illustration, she has created several illustrated books and has eaten a lot of biscuits.