Thursday, 2 December 2010

Matthew Dunn Interview

Matthew Dunn, has fast become one of my Internet Pen Pals. What first started as a mutual discovery of each others work on the internet site Redbubble, soon became a friendship of talking about comics, toys, marketing and art.

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Michael Knapp Interview

I don't know how I stumbled upon Michael's work or when I first saw it. What I do know is that is that it looks is that I really love the style and uniqueness to it all. With nice usage of colour and the conception of interesting looking characters, Michael's art is something that I am very fond of.

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Gary Tonge Interview

Gary Tonge, an art director and conceptual artist, paints amazing and breath taking digital landscape paintings. He has been in the industry since he was 17 and with his personal science fiction and fantasy art, he has gained the admiration of a wide audience and has a healthy client list behind him

Thursday, 2 September 2010

Francis Tsai Interview

Francis Tsai is a freelance illustrator who works in the entertainment industry. He provides conceptual design work for computer games and film and also supplies artwork to be used in books and on cards (to name only but a small amount of what he does, for instance I haven't even mentioned his comic book work yet).

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Anita Kunz Interview

Well, to get a good idea of who we are dealing with, you should have a read of Anita's bio on her website. Right, now that you have returned, impressed? Well you should be.

Thursday, 1 July 2010

Wayne Barlow Interview

As with all the artists I interview, I find it very hard to write an objective, professional and analytical introduction. So, I must admit that I'm finding it difficult to write anything that isn't just high praise for Wayne and his amazing, incredible, inspirational, inventive, technical, stunning, awe inspiring, original, brilliant, awesome art work.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Tom Kidd Interview

There is a wonderful escapism to Tom Kidd's work. He paints such beautiful worlds of tranquillity and majesty that it makes me wish I could visit and explore them in one of his brilliant looking Zeppelins.

Thursday, 27 May 2010

Alex Ruiz Digital Painting Tutorial 3 - The Experiment

The Experiment Tutorial

The third and final tutorial created by Alex Ruiz and reworked by Lloyd Harvey for this blog. By looking at Alex’s work and dissecting and regurgitating it, I have learned a lot about image creation.

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Alex Ruiz Digital Painting Tutorial 2 - Preparations

Preparations Tutorial

The second of three tutorials originally created by Alex Ruiz, reworked and reworded for this blog by Lloyd Harvey.

Thursday, 13 May 2010

Alex Ruiz Digital Painting Tutorial 1 - Invasion

Invasion Tutorial

The first of three tutorials create by Alex Ruiz and reworded by Lloyd Harvey (with permission of course) for this blog.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

Alex Ruiz Interview

Alex Ruiz started his career as a 2D animator, working on a little known cartoon sitcom called "The Simpsons," and, although being an animator is a highly sought after career, he felt like he wanted to change but wasn't sure of where to go and what to do.

Thursday, 1 April 2010

Keith Thompson Interview

When you hear the term 'intelligent design' it is often in the context of religion, being used as a counter argument to Darwin's theory of natural selection. When I hear the
term 'intelligent design', I think of one man's work. Keith Thompson's work.

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Paul Kidby Interview

If you are a fan of Discworld, you will surely have seen Paul Kidby’s work on the covers of Terry Pratchett’s novels. Often, a fan will say “that’s exactly how I pictured {insert character name here} in my head.” Bright, interesting and obviously brilliant, Kidby’s work has a classical, renaissance feel. This must be down to his love of the old masters of that time.

Thursday, 4 February 2010

Chet Zar Interview

I met Chet Zar in the late summer of 2008 when he was in London promoting his Ugly American show. Me and my girlfriend Claire travelled up to meet him in a small comic shop in Tottenham Court Road where he would be doing portfolio reviews and generally chatting to his fans.

Thursday, 7 January 2010

John Howe Interview

When you hear the name John Howe, your first thoughts will probably link him to the world of Tolkien. But, I think that is a shame because John Howe is more than just a Middle Earth Illustrator.


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