Illustrators reveal techniques for conceiving, composing, drawing, painting and/or texturing artworks featuring a hubbub of architecture and people.
Articles by Lisa Hassell
Top illustrators give conceptual and practical advice on using textures to add depth and feeling to artworks.
Features: 20 brilliant tips for drawing comics
5 super-talented artists reveal how to draw comics for both illustrations and indie comics.
Learn how leading artists create playful and powerful collages.
Whether you’re drawing map illustrations by hand or designing them with vectors, there are tips here for you from leading illustrators
Whatever style of art or animation you like to create, find advice from the world's best character designers at Berlin's Pictoplasma festival.
Glug brings together the finest creative talent from the Midlands and beyond for an evening of inspiring talks, live art and playful…
We pick out the best work from the 10th annual Pictoplasma festival in Berlin and speak to the artists behind it.
Discover what makes the best design events and courses with It's Nice That, Shillington College and more.
Features: How to be a creative entrepreneur
Successful creatives tell you how to set up your own brand selling prints, apparel, homewares, furniture and more.
Leading illustrators reveal how to make your artworks induce ROFLs not just LOLs.
Much of the best illustration work tells stories to engage viewers and convey their meaning. Here leading illustrators reveal their favourite…
10 of our favourite illustrators reveal the secrets of how they decide on the tones for their artworks
How the likes of Anima Boutique, Dovcek, Jam Factory, Joanne Harker and Showchicken ensure a character’s personality shines through.
Features: Trends report 2013: Illustration
For many illustrators, 2013 is about creative satisfaction over financial reward – but surprisingly that's often by choice.
We ask leading illustrators and artists to tell us the most important things they’ve learned in their careers. What they say may surprise you.
Putting together your own exhibition can feel quite daunting. Lisa Hassell discovers what it takes to put together a hit show.