Expressive Illustration: From Ideas to Execution Premium class
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Project: Illustrate a Concept Through a Word Pair4:43
Words & Associations I10:38
Words & Associations II7:15
Words & Associations III8:24
Preparing Your Illustration7:28
Digital Collage and Color11:50
About This Class
Join artist Roman Muradov for an in-depth look at the creative method he uses for creating narrative and conceptual illustrations. Inspired by his work for The New Yorker, the New York Times, Penguin Random House, Google, and the classes he teaches at California College of Art, this 75-minute class is perfect for helping visual artists of every discipline generate ideas, expand their visual vocabulary, and create sophisticated work.
Covering both concept and aesthetics, Roman shows you every stage of an illustration coming to life. From generating ideas and drawing with ink and graphite, to collaging and coloring the piece digitally, each step shows how a chance combination of words can lead to a beautiful illustration.
This class is ideal for illustrators, visual artists, and everyone who wants to explore the way inspiration works. Most importantly, you’ll leave with a smart method you can use again and again.
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Not something I would ever try but it was fascinating to see his process. When I see his illustrations in New Yorker I will know a little more about how he made them.
Wow, I really enjoyed Romans' class! Collaging single elements of the illustration is a technique I use, too. I love the quotes he used in his video... this is so inspiring!
Illustrator and cartoonist from Moscow, Russia, currently living in San Francisco. Clients include the New Yorker, New York Times, Penguin, Google and many others. Featured in the Society of Illustrators (Gold Medal), ADC Young Guns, American Illustration and numerous other shows.