Sunday, February 17, 2008

Interview with Illustrator Neil Jeffery

Posted at the featured member interview is with the talented artist/illustrator Neil Jeffery a.k.a "beep-beep." I have the privilege of knowing Neil from school back in London, and can say that Neil was scary-talented back then, and has only gotten better.

Neil started as a traditional drawer and painter and then made the move to digital illustration, naturally this made me curious about his thoughts on traditional vs. digital design. How he got started as an illustrator, how he developed his bold graphic style, and his plans for the future are just a few of the other topics discussed with Neil in the interview.

I don't want to give it all away so head over to top read the full interview, and see samples of Neil's colourful graphic style.

Illustration sample: courtesy of Neil Jeffery

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Blogger neil jeffery said...

thanks for the flattering review david!

i'd love to know your thoughts on digital vs traditional media, how you work on the 'puter and whatnot,

it's really interesting to me how people really adapt modern tools to suit their purposes and much like a paint brush, no one seems to use them in exactly the same way.

1:52 p.m.  
Blogger Angela said...

Thanks for the link to the interview. Neil has a great style!

I know you've already received at least one, but I'm sending you another 'You Make My Day' Award! :)

11:55 p.m.  

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