|Do you have a particular style, or does it vary a lot?
I find myself fortunate enough to be able to express myself in various styles that range from highly stylized to realistic. I try to choose a style that best caters to the needs of the client.
My pinup work has become somewhat stylized. There are certain little things I do with my line quality, and camera angles to try and make it more interesting. One secret that I'll let you in on to recognize my work is the toes. I usually do this thing when drawing toes where I'll merge 2 or 3 toes into one just to give it a slight abstract and unique feel. I've always hated abstract art, so that's my own personal way of trying to bridge my prejudices against that art form
I have a flexible style but there is an underlining element that helps people recognise that it is indeed my work.
I do have a particular style that I like to stick to ...but what I use ultimately
depends on the needs of the client.
I also believe it is necessary to evolve your style over time so I try to find the time to experiment with defferent techniques.
Scratchy and gritty. My illustrations usually look like propaganda posters (or so I've been told). Lately I've been trying not fall in love with just particular style in my personal work, but I stick with the regular style for assignments.
My style tends to vary more often than not. I believe it has to do with the way I think depending on the type of media I am using. I like to experiment and try new things rather than limit myself to a set style. At the same time I am trying to refine and hone a more consistent technique between all media that identifies me as a professional illustrator. It's a vicious cycle.
It varies a lot - different illustration techniques just suit some subjects better. I don't think one should be too pedantic about "style".
I think that every artist has a particular style, thats how we are able to recognize a body of work from another. I believe that my style is communicated through my love for shapes. I like organic looking things so it shows up in my work.
My approaches vary a lot, from "graphic" to "traditional," but there are common elements that come through, regardless.
It varies between realistic and whimsical.
I think it varies. I try to make it varied.
I generally stick to what is prairie-inspired. I'm a nature girl!
Hmmm, yes and no. I can vary between realism and whimsical. However... while being diverse in style is a great demonstration of skill, it can often create a problem for finding work. People in the industry usually want to hire you based on your personal style, and if it's across the board... well, they might look you over. I love realism, and I think that it is especially important when creating something from my imagination. Even though it may be a creature or place that does not exist in real life, I feel it should look as though it physically could.
Actually I feel that my own style is when I draw a painting or illustration, i will draw my things neat and realistic, for example, when I draw human face, I will focus one his/her eye, and those lips and nose.background sure got lot of texture, canvas texture, gesso effect.Those things is my paticular style.
realistic in black and white linework and oils in a realistic style
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