|What is your specialty in illustration?
Wildlife and fantasy mainly, but I do most things
I do computer rendered photomontage illustration.
I work both digitally and traditionally and have a few speciality area's, one being greeting industry and children's imagery and the work for magazines tends to be feminine and delicate. The images I do for web tend to be digital and graphic.
Black and white, pencil or ink renderings.
My work is digitally created illustration with an identifiable style that can range from conceptual to humorous. Scanned textures are also used to create a "warmer" feeling.
I have a unique style that combines a realistic look with a painterly style. Most of my work is done in oil paint and I have done Historical, Children's, Book jacket, and Editorial Illustrations. I have done a lot of Portraiture too.
Realistic and surreal images that are colorful and conceptual.
Mostly I illustrate children's books, but I enjoy anything that lets me create weird or unusual images.
Medstockart is the leading destination for royalty free medical and anatomical illustrations.
Currently I specialize in storyboard design for film, video and animation. As a freelance illustrator for the past thirty years I have created a vast and eclectic portfolio (see www.greghigh.com).
Whether it's fiction or nonfiction, I seem to do best with historical themes.
Comic book and cartoon illustration
Medical and biological illustration
My career has been mostly drawing comic book superheroes, but I prefer humor and satire and caricature. I would say my specialty is simply figure drawing.
My career has mostly been drawing comic book superheroes, but I prefer humor, satire, and caricatures. I basically love figure drawing and cartooning.
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