Historical Game Characters by Larry Jones

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Larry Jones created a series of (24) historical characters for a novelty fortune-telling game called “The Decider” ┬áKind of like a magic 8-ball but with a little ball that lands in one of 5 humorous yes or no answers that the famous person may answer. These are some of the fun characters that he created!

Lost Village Art by John Walker

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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.

Children’s Illustration Portfolio by Carol Newsom

 

Carol Newsom has just joined our group – her beautiful children’s illustrations can be seen almost anywhere as she has illustrated over 130 children’s books! Her talents have been used by most major publishing companies and her work can also be seen in the educational publishing market. She works in traditional watercolors and oils but provides digital files for clients. Enjoy her portfolio of colorful and fun scenes of animals, kids, book covers, textbooks, etc.

Shahab Shamshirsaz

Shahab is an award winning international illustrator who lives and works near Florence, Italy. He has a distinct whimsical, quirky, colorful style that is achieved through a combination of mixed media and Photoshop to produce digital files for clients. His area of expertise includes character design, comics, greeting cards, and wonderful picture books for children and young adults.

 

John Walker

Toadstool

John creates artwork for advertising, editorial, and publishing clients using a variety of traditional and digital media. Completed assignments range from point of purchase displays, magazine ads, board games, children’s books, ebooks etc. Many of his projects involve painting people in a representative style, along with animals/dinosaur art using both a realistic and anthropomorphic approach. He paints regularly with traditional methods, mixed media/acrylic on board, but most illustration projects are painted digitally using Photoshop and Corel Painter.

Peggy Mozley

Catney at School

Peggy creates illustrations for ad agencies, educational publishing, and children’s books using different mediums that end up as digital Photoshop files for clients. She especially enjoys drawing children and animals.

Ron Mahoney

Troy Polamalu

Ron has been specializing in sports illustrations for many years – creating art for Major League baseball teams, pro football teams, college teams, and professional golf. Much of his work can be seen in the Canton Pro Football Hall of Fame. His favorite mediums are acrylics, colored pencil, pen and pencil, and water color.