We’ve teamed up to create collaborative paintings for the chapters of our artbook. Last week we saw some incredible work from Lisa and Kira. This week we get a look at some of the awesome ideas Matthew and Evan are preparing for us.
It’s been awhile since we shared some in-process artwork and here is why: every participant is done with their illustration! But we’re not stopping here. Some of us have engaged in collaborations to illustrate the chapter headings of our artbook.
Here is some more beautiful process work created for our upcoming book! While the illustrations themselves are finished now, we thought we would continue to share the great Work in Progress steps these artists have created. And if you think that these WIPs look like they are going to turn into great illustrations, you’re right!
As we get closer to the deadline for final art (Just a few weeks away now!), all the fantastic WIPs have been pouring in. Everyone’s ideas are starting to come to life and there is a beautiful assortment of colors, styles and themes! Continue reading “Works-In-Progress, April 29th”
While we’ve been working hard to get Boneshaker Press up and running, we’ve also been creating illustrations for our collaborative art book! We wanted to share a few of our sketches and other preliminary work, so here’s a glimpse into what we’ve been working on. It’s so exciting to see the different directions everyone is taking!
To get the ball rolling, we asked a few of our members to stand up on our collective soapbox and share their thoughts on the project–their expectations, ambitions, hopes for the future–and to give voice to Boneshaker Press. Across the board, their insights have been fantastic. Without further ado, allow me to introduce some of the team:
Go through our journey toward a kickstarted artbook step by step !
Continue reading “Project Milestones”
While we have been working hard to get Boneshaker Press up and running, we have also been creating our illustrations for our collaborative art book!
Each of us has chosen a type of creature or spirit to illustrate. Some of us have started with character design sheets and played with silhouettes and shape language. Some have plunged right into the thumbnailing process, and others have begun with studies and sketches to get comfortable with our chosen subjects.
We’ve all been creatively exploring and brainstorming on how best to show our creatures, so we thought we’d share a bit of the preliminary work!