Another humorous illustration by George Schill – he has created so many hilarious illustrations especially the greeting cards he illustrates. Check his portfolio for many more examples!
Phil Wilson has been creating Disney illustrations for many years including over forty books, collector plates, games, etc. These images are from one of the many books he has illustrated. If you have a Disney like project check Phil’s portfolio on our site – more images can also be seen on childrensillustrators.com
Peter Lacalamita has been a digital illustrator for many years and recently he has been creating 3D animations for broadcast TV and interactive games for the iPhone and iPad. He launched Adam’s Amazing Dream with a gifted writer, Nancy Morency, and created all the art and coded the app with the game engine Unity3D. Peter also creates apps for clients and is near completion of several apps that feature ferocious dinosaurs!
Adam’s Amazing Dream is based on the true story of a little boy that “sees” incredible things in his dreams. This unique story is sure to give you chills and re-inforce your beliefs in something beyond our world. It will give you an opportunity to discuss angels and the importance of dreams with your little one while enjoying Adam’s interactive pop-up world. In this first story of a future series, we meet Adam. He is a happy, expressive little boy that tells us about his guardian angel, Uncle Bono, who takes him to fun places, when he is sleeping. But this time, it isn’t Uncle Bono who visits him in his dreams, it is someone new…and Adam can’t wait to tell his parents about it! Take advantage of this wonderful, new way to enjoy a story with your child. Children can choose to read the story themselves, or have it read to them by the author. They will be captivated by the story, the characters and all of the fun interactive animation. Geared towards children 3-5 years of age. View the app in the iTunes Store.
In the beginning of 2011 Peter Grosshauser was asked by Project WET to create artwork for a website they were building. Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is based in Bozeman, MT and they provide educational materials all over the world concerning water and water use. Peter has been working for them for many years and they wanted the artwork to reflect the same style he used to illustrate nearly 50 kids books for them previously. The assignment was to create an interactive, animated web game that would be fun for children. Basically Peter’s job was to create all the frames, borders, and all the different elements that were involved in each subtopic and game. Each character illustrated had to be in different layers (different layers for arms, legs, tails, etc…) for animation purposes.
His favorite part of this project was creating the home page globe with all the different elements on different layers which spin at different speeds. The Blue Traveler game was also fun to create. Peter worked with Big Bad Tomato out of Los Angeles for this section of the web site. All illustrations were created in Painter and Photoshop while listening to many hours of the Ricky Gervais podcasts! View this fun site at – http://www.discoverwater.org/
Ron has been creating bold and vibrant digital illustrations for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients for many years. He excels at conceptual art and also provides illustrations for technical/info-graphics, logos, pop art, and animation. Many clients request his strong design services to take projects through the entire phase of design/concept/illustration to final production.
Peter creates edgy digital illustration and animation for advertising, corporate, and publishing clients with a specialization in creating fun games for i-devices and the web. His programs of choice include 2D Photoshop, 3D Lightwave, Cinema4D, Unity3D, Silo2, Modo, and Web/OS game programming Unity3D. Recently he has created interactive worlds for new platforms such as the iPhone/Pad/Touch devices using Unity3D game engine.