Graphite issue 06
ISBN: 978-1-909414-52-5 | Pages: 104 | Release Date: January 2018
GRAPHITE is a quarterly publication featuring inspirational artwork, interviews and tutorials on drawing, sketching and illustration. Issue 06 features a cover and interview by Jason Lee, an interview with Christian Reiske, and tutorials on character design, sketching on location, drawing dinosaurs, sci-fi illustration, folklore-inspired watercolors, and more, by the talented artists Jordan K. Walker, Giselle Ukardi, Anaïs Maamar, Daniel Pagans, Ulla Thynell, and Dwayne Bell. GRAPHITE’s focus on traditional media, elegant presentation, and in-depth resources make it a timelessly valuable addition to any art lover’s shelf.
Sketching from the imagination: Dark Arts
ISBN: 978-1-909414-53-2 | Pages: 320 | Release Date: February 2018
Following on from the success of previous titles in this popular series, Sketching from the Imagination: Dark Arts focuses on horror, Gothic, and the macabre. Glimpse inside the sketchbooks of fifty accomplished artists from various fields as they share their inspiration, favorite tools, and techniques. Grisly beasts, morbid figures, foreboding compositions, and unearthly concepts line the pages of this darkly alluring volume. Observe hundreds of sketches and absorb the thought-provoking words and advice of illustrators, concept artists, and 3D artists alike. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced artist, or just a lover of the dark arts, you’re sure to find something to inspire and intrigue.
The Sketchbook of Loish
ISBN: 978-1-909414-54-9 | Pages: 152 | Release Date: March 2018 | Click here to pre-order this title
The Sketchbook of Loish is the second published book by digital artist Loish (Lois van Baarle) after it was successfully funded on Kickstarter in four minutes. Showcasing a wide range of her traditional and digital sketches, this book features exclusive artwork, both old and new, by Loish, ranging from character sketches to environmental speed paints. Offering insight into Loish’s creative process, her digital workflow and her techniques, and with expert tips and tutorials, this book will suit both beginners and more experienced artists alike, as well as all admirers of Loish’s work.