Wolski is a freelance comic artist and illustrator based in Poland and has worked across mobile games, movie production, board games and commercials.
His illustrations have intricate penmanship and a unique visual aesthetic, they cover many popular films, games and anime.
Sætervik is a concept artist from Norway specialising in fantasy and science-fiction environments and prop design. He has worked for companies such as Tyler West Studio, Tokkun Studio and Massive Black.
Nurzahn is a concept artist from Kazakhstan, his character designs show fantastic creativity. He has a great sense of atmospheric lighting and in conveying volume of his characters whilst keeping a stylistic aesthetic.
Jones is a Senior Concept Artist, Illustrator & Instructor based in California, USA.
He specialises in character, environment and weapon concept design with a long background of working in the film and games industry. His past companies include Red Engine Studios, Blizzard Entertainment, Hasbro & FireForge.
Corpuz is a concept artist currently working at Moving Reflection Productions he specialises in character design.
Before joining Moving Reflection Productions he freelanced as an illustrator and concept artist and produced work for clients such as Paizo, Pinnacle Entertainment Group & Artistic Justice Games.
Every October, artists all over the world take on the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.
InkTober was initiated in 2009 by illustrator Jake Parker and has grown year after year, into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year.
1.Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want).
2. Post it on your blog (or tumblr, instagram, twitter, facebook, flickr, Pinterest or just pin it on your wall.)
3. Hashtag it with #inktober
September is here and along with it another 11 second club competition.
Your task is to animate the following dialogue taken for the fantastic film ‘Back to the Future’;
Voice 1: This is, ah, this is heavy duty, Doc! This is great! Does it run on like regular unleaded gasoline?
Voice 2: Unfortunately, no. It requires something with a little more kick… Plutonium!
Voice 1: Ah, Plutonium! Ah, wait, are you telling me this sucker is nuclear?!
Take a look at the archives and last months winner to get a great idea of some of the previous entries in this monthly competition.
Animation can be either 2d, 3d or mixed media. If you want to use a pre-made 3d that’s ready to animate with visit their resources page to get started.
Back to the Future is also a great source for fan art, look at some of these great pieces:
By George Bletsis
By Khyzyl Saleem
By Andy Fairhurst
By Laurent Durieux
By Sergio Lantadilla
By Telltale Games