We thought you might like to see our most recent talent with a range of styles, some cute, some quirky and some realistic.
See the New Illustrators section for more examples of all their work.
Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effortFranklin D Roosevelt
New work by our illustrator Adam Goltzer
We’re just loving Adam’s illustrations, there’s definitely a quirky side to them.
He’s looking at him, looking for something!!
Its that time of year. He’s behind you!!
You can view more on his page.
Why is it a little bit of quirky is good?
Also why is it sometimes difficult to decide whether an illustration is stylised or quirky and how some styles are just kooky and others are almost anarchic.
There will always be someone to take your fancy.
Some stunning realistic illustrations from some fabulous illustrators with a lot of varied styles.
You just have to admire our realistic illustrators for their sheer talent and the skill they have.
Whether it’s a study of a famous character or the girl next door you’ve got to agree that this is expertise at its best.
Take a stroll with illustrations by Sara Denham. She has beautiful soft watercolour style unique only to her which would appeal to both adults and kids and brings any scene to life.
A street scene in Stamford
A bridge scene in Stamford
Café in Brantome, Dordogne
Street in Gubbio, Italy
Showcasing our illustrators one by one.
This week the second illustrator I’m showing is Robin Puplett. His style is very colourful and his characters really come alive with his imagination and skill.
I hope you get some inspiration from these to give Robin a go at a picture book or novelty book …..you won’t be disappointed.
You can see more on his portfolio page.
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I think this is a good quote for this Friday Afternoon ……
‘I’m fond of pigs.
Dogs look up to us.
Cats look down on us.
Pigs treat us as equals’. By Winston Churchill
I wish that could be said for a number of people in this business at the moment.
Just because you supply a product or service as we do they have to treat us differently, I suppose it’s because we are
offering a service for which they have to pay.
Illustration accompanying this quote is by one of illustrators Cathy Menzies