Animals

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As an illustrator I have drawn a lot of animals. Unfortunately, nobody has ever asked me to illustrate a Tardigrade (google it) but I think I have illustrated just about every four-legged, fishy or flying animal you could think of. To help clients get an idea of the range of styles and prices, I put together the chart above.

The creatures on the far left are done on Adobe Illustrator – flat, simple shapes, easy to animate and generally on the cheaper side.

Column 2 are also done in Adobe Illustrator but with more attention to detail. There are shadows, gradients and highlights with a consideration for facial expressions and gestures. This style works well for both print and digital design but is particularly suitable for app design. This style is easy to animate and engaging for both a young and mature audience.

Column 3 is creating using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. I spend a lot of time developing original characters that appeal to all ages. This style is perfect for book covers, picturebooks, packaging, games, branding and editorial illustration.

Option 4 takes a bit of time as I use a lot of technical and scientific references. This style is great for book covers, spot illustrations, editorial illustration, natural history books, educational books and media. I use photographic references, do a lot of research and create the illustration using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

Recent Projects

Visual Storytelling Workshop
comics writing
Teaching Resources
books illustration
storm in a teacup
Art artist book books illustration
Sketchbook
Art books illustration
Puzzles and Mazes
books Design puzzle
Mullumbimby Mist
comics
Motion Graphics
animation Design
Meet Me In The Pit
comics writing
dismantle
Art illustration prints
Creative Nonfiction
books educational
Cover Art
books cover art illustration
Character Design
Art books Design illustration
Animals
illustration