Lines and Colors art blog

Month: October 2005

  • Tim Jessell

    Tim Jessell’s site describes his style as “realistic with a twist”. He does both advertising and editorial illustration and is the author/illustrator of the children’s book Amorak (Amazon link).

  • Feng Zhu

    Feng Zhu creates concept art for feature films, games, theme park rides and toy designs. The Gallery contains images in a variety of styles and degrees of finish. Feng Zhu also teaches industrial design at Gnomon Workshop and Art Center College of Design in California. He and his studio have produced industrial design training DVDs…

  • T W Schaller

    Architectural presentation art is a form often roundly ignored in art circles, even by those interested in illustration and concept art. Granted, much of it is formulaic, but there are masters here as in other genres of art. Tom Schaller is a case in point. Some of the art on this site is formal architectural…

  • John Nevarez

    John Nevarez is a storyboard and visual development artist for Disney TV Animation. His self-titled blog is, quite simply, a treat. It’s chock-full of characters, creatures, bots and backgrounds drawn in a lively, infectious style that makes you wish he did animations, comics and everything else ’cause you just want to see more of his…

  • Steve Rude

    Many modern comic book artists pride themselves on throwing away what’s come before. A few, however, show their respect for tradition and display the influence of the great comics artists who showed us all how it’s done. Steve Rude is a comic book artist and illustrator who has reaped the benefit of respect for tradition.…

  • Mr. Picassohead

    If you’ve ever said to yourself: “What I really need is a nice cubist time-sink.”, this is the site for you. Mr. Picassohead lets you create your own Picasso-esque faces with drag-and drop eyes, lips, ears, etc. that you can move, resize, recolor and rearrange in a nicely crafted Flash interface. You can save your…