Joseph Christian Leyendecker: An Influential Illustrator
– One of the most prolific illustrators of the Golden Age of Illustration (1880’s to 1920’s) was a German born artist named Joseph Christian Leyendecker. The talented man illustrated more than four hundred magazine covers from 1896 to 1950. Joseph Christian Leyendecker illustrated for publications, magazine covers, men’s fashion, and advertisements for automobiles, soap, and Kellog’s cereal. His distinct style and productivity served as inspiration for future illustrators, including his friend Norman Rockwell….
Becoming a Computeri Illustrator
– … 3). People in this career spend a lot of their time sitting down to do a project, so you don’t need to be extremely physically fit (“Fine” para. 4). This also means that they’ll work inside most of the time (“Fine” para. 4). In today’s time, computers are often used for illustrative work (“Craft” para. 22). To put their work on a computer, illustrators either create it first on paper before scanning it into the device or draw the work directly onto the computer using a stylus and online or downloaded art program (“Craft” para….
– Dr. Fritz Kahn’s illustrations come from views of the contemporary art styles of Dada, Constructivism and new objectivity in relation to human physiology. As a scientist and writer Kahn chose to communicate these views through the direct functional analogies of industrial and contemporary technology within the human body. As shown in the cover illustration (Figure#1) Kahn uses popular industrial mechanisms to represent major functions of the human body. These include the brain, eyes, throat, and trachea but are represented through the calculated use of image/light projection, optic camera exposure, steam combustion pistons and a singular tube….
Looking Deeper into the Creative Career of an Illustrator
– … 22). One of the most well-known types of work done by illustrators might be drawing for comic books. Of course, illustrators have also been known to work with video games and animated movies (“Illustrator” para. 4). Formal schooling- college, that is -is not usually necessary for any kind of fine artist, though it is suggested, since taking classes at a university are guaranteed to improve skills (“Craft” para. 35). At least a high school diploma is preferred, as it is at almost all jobs not requiring a college degree (“Craft” para….
Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop: How Are They Similar and Different?
– I have been working with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator since October of last year and noticed that there were some things that I could do with one program and not with the other. I was a bit curious about it and the thought that rose in my mind was what is the difference and similarity of the two Programs. I often use them hand and hand, knowing that they really compliment the work of each other. So with that question in mind, I decided to do a little research on the Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop and what I discovered was that they had more differences than they have similarities….