Using Copic Markers and Faber Castell liners artist Darren Calvert creates the coolest robot art on the web. An industrial designer and art instructor from Canada Darren Calvert illustrated these fantastic works of art for the month of March sketch challenge. I think he should get his own toy line. You can buy prints and original Darren Calvert art on Etsy.
“In my current body of work, “Odd Things,” I’m using the ceramic medium to create my bizarre creatures. My animals have extra body parts such as multiple arms, legs, teeth and ears. Clay allows me to create what’s in my head. These animals with their small deformities help me express my sensitive side. A troubled childhood and constant “life” anxieties are all expressed in “Odd Things.””
Joshua Smith is a miniaturist and former stencil artist based in Norwood, South Australia. With a career spanning 18 years he has showcased his work in London, Paris, Berlin, New York, San Francisco, Palo Alto, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and all over Australia in over 100 exhibitions.
“My main focus is on creating original toys, dolls and masks but I also do illustration occasionally.”
“I’ve been working in the games/entertainment industry since 2003 with experience in multiple disciplines such as concept design, 3D asset creation, lighting and FX. I also have experience in collectibles production and manufacturing.”
Machinist Sculptor. “What is it?” It is art, engineered art.
“I build stuff from games!”
Ronit Baranga – @ronitbaranga
Born, lives and creates in Israel. Ronit creates figurative art on the border between living and still life.
Her art is displayed in museums and galleries around the world.