Often seen around the streets of Brighton, Etienne’s work stands out as your brain tries to absorb the multiple vanishing points and seemingly endless detail on detail. Etienne produces large street murals as well as smaller framed pieces with nice line work and Manga / Sci-fi overtones.
Managing to finally catch the busy bee, I get him to let us in on his personal creative world.
Character artist, render meister, muscle car enthusiast and stein slugger, Andy H has had a pretty good run on the CG circuit working for animation and toy companies as well as marketing himself as an artist in his own right.
A multi talented artist, all round positive and interesting character, Carl is always up for being creative and getting involved in projects, when he’s not knee deep in his own personal creative universe. He’s done all sorts over the years, carework, web design, e-learning content, illustration, film making, making music, doing visuals as well as plenty of travelling.
Some recent social media post browsing brought to my attention an old colleague’s work which really popped out at me. I knew he was a film buff, but I realized his mind and skills are far more cinematic than I ever knew. I first met him when he did post production lighting and render magic on our environments while we were working on ‘Friends and Heroes’ for ‘The Charactershop’ at Pebble Mill in Brum in the early ‘Noughties’.
Malta isn’t known for its gaming community, apart from its gambling associations with the likes of ‘Casumo’ and ‘Super Casino’. This is why ‘The Game Silo‘ has been created to fill the gaming void on the small Mediterranean island.
Founded by industry veteran Andy Spanswick, the company hosts an online games hub promoting independent games of all genres and plan to soon start an annual games event and tournament which will provide entertainment for local games freaks and bring in gaming tourists to the island. The games website can be found HERE.
New original art produced on the back of white back artist proof ‘Magic the Gathering’ cards by Steve Luke. The art is painted in Acrylics in the same style as the original card art published by ‘Wizards of the Coast’. ‘Magic the Gathering’ artist proof cards by Steve Luke are available directly from theSamsara Store with or without original artwork on the back.