Book Reality is fortunate to have a number of exceptional illustrators to call on
With 9 years as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, proceeded by 3 years practical experience working as a Technical Illustrator for the Royal Air Force, Grant Wickham has covered a wide range of projects from technical illustrations to logo, book and conceptual designs.
His background is very much in art and design, with university training in technical illustration. It is, perhaps, because of this combination that he has a particular fondness for fine detail, whilst always looking for that creative angle.
Emily J Taylor
Emily J. Taylor, is a freelance Illustrator. Her work includes children’s books, character design and storyboarding for animation, editorial illustration and advertising.
Emily has never been able to focus on much for long apart from making, drawing, painting and day dreaming (or as she likes to call it ideation). She was brought up on a visual and literary diet of fantasy, sci-fi movies and cartoons and never quite grew out it. This led her to a degree in animation and a passion for illustration.
Her primary mediums include pen & ink line drawing, watercolour & gouache painting and vector art.
Victoria Jane Clark
Victoria Jane Clark is a Cambridgeshire (UK) based artist, graphic designer, illustrator and mural painter.
Having graduated from the Cambridge School of Art with a Master of Arts Degree in Children’s Book Illustration in 2010, she went on to have her first publication in 2011. In 2012 she illustrated three more books and gained a commission for Holywell School to commemorate the Olympics held in London. She also organised and executed two large-scale art exhibitions in 2012 and 2013.
She now works full time as a Graphic designer, drawing and painting illustrated commissions and painting wall murals in her free time. Victoria has a broad range of quality styles she can work too, and her imagination knows no bounds. Contact via Facebook.
Jeremy Bays studied at Bournville School of Art and Bath Academy of Art. Although trained in Graphic Design, his work has moved more towards Illustration and especially Technical Illustration portraying information and instruction.
Jeremy says “Maps have always been of great interest, They lend themselves well to any amount of pictorial and inventive process. I also like working with Perspective which again, despite its technical structure, can be very playful.”
He describes himself as a Pictorial Technical Illustrator, that is Technical Illustration with a human face rather than the cold sterility often associated with such work.
Daniel Hill is a freelance illustrator, character artist and graphic designer based out of Staffordshire (UK).
With a background in fine art, graphic design and graduating with a BA (hons) in Game Art, he has over 5 years experience working freelance on projects as wide-ranging as logo design, poster & general illustration, character and album art. In recent years he has been building up a client base in the US with a whole host of independent musicians, creating visuals for albums and promotional material.
A true multi-media artist, although Daniel’s freelance work often focuses on digital illustration, he loves nothing more than to work in more traditional media, using inks and watercolours to bring life to Fantasy and Sci-Fi worlds direct from his imagination and the unique characters that dwell there.
You can find Daniels work at: danjisdesigns.com
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