Caux Collective Recommends: Brian Miller
In this brief, but beautiful project, by American Artist & Illustrator, Brian Miller, we are given an insight into the every day working world of a hugely talented artist. Described simply as “a simple front view of a farm as a study for another illustration” this illustration of a farm, during the golden hour of sunset, gives a simple subject such stunning interpretation.
Speaking of his methodology, Miller states, “My process on these kinds of illustrations is very straightforward. I usually think about the piece for a bit, doing lots of sketches in my sketchbook so I can explore ideas, and toss out bad ones. Once I’ve drawn enough in the sketchbook, I hit the machine to knock out the digital pencils in Photoshop. Once that’s done, I add color flats and simplify shapes, add textures, and explore until I’ve found the illustration. This one came together fairly quick, and I was pleased with the results.”
If you would like to see more illustrations from Brian Miller, head over to his website, as linked at the beginning of this post, or take a look at his Behance profile
, where you’ll find many more of his personal and commercial projects.
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