Two crazy, fun illustrations that Peter Grosshauser created for past children’s publishing projects. His art is well know in the children’s books and educational publishing areas in particular. View his portfolio for a wide array of zany, cartoon art that kids enjoy!
Phil Wilson recently completed a picture book for a self publishing company titled: The Three Little Pigs: Give, Save, Spend. These are a few of the delightful, fun illustrations from the book that I’m sure young children will enjoy!
These are illustrations for a children’s book – Baby Santa and the Lost Reindeer – by Phil Wilson. To date Phil has illustrated four books in the series and they have been very successful – he will be starting a fifth book in January. You can view more images from the other books in his portfolio!
Eugene Vinitski was born in Moscow into a family of artists. His first source of inspiration was his own father’s work, which he greatly admired. He studied in Moscow at the Central Art School and the All Union State Institute of Cinematography.
For the past 17 years he has tremendously enjoyed being able to pursue his love for art in Switzerland. He has over 15 years computer graphic and illustrator experience. His image problem solving takes many forms that fit the clients’ needs. By combining various situations and objects into bold and interesting angles he is able to convey clear ideas to the viewer in a realistic manner. Most of his early work was in oils, but now he can achieve a similar look which is much faster and easily edited in the computer using his special techniques.
Two new illustrations by Shahab Shamshirsaz created for a children’s book – Heroes, Villains and Vincent. Vincent battles the villains with help from his heroes! Check Shahab’s portfolio for more fun, wild, and zany characters!
John Walker recently created several illustrations for an English textbook in the UK. The story is about how a terrible storm descended upon a village many years ago. This illustration depicts one of the main characters – created digitally.
Phil Wilson just illustrated two new dinosaur paintings using a combination of acrylic and airbrush. The first painting – “Dimetrodon” – was a 12 foot long reptile that pre-dated the dinosaur age and was the first predator of its time. The second painting – “Liopleurodon attacking Mosasaurs” features Liopleurodon, which is nicknamed “T-rex of the ocean” or “Sea-rex” It was a top ocean predator of the late dinosaur age and is shown attacking Mosasaurs, which was a sea-going lizard related to the modern day Komodo dragons and reached a length of 30+ feet. As usual – like the majority of his dinosaur art being used for various publishing books – Phil uses a combination of scientific fact and super realism.