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Freelance IllustratorHuddersfield, United Kingdom
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Pip Jamieson
Rory Russell (Posterboy)
Bianca Maria Nitu
E Long

E Long

Freelance IllustratorHuddersfield, United Kingdom
About me
21 year old Freelance Illustrator from West Yorkshire. My personal work revolves around cosmic horror and diverse character designs that perpetuate an eerie and disturbing aesthetic. I find myself focusing on the finer details and attempting to convey the maddening, menacing aspects of existentialism and personal thoughts through the medium of Illustration. I especially like to channel these ideas into both eclectic mini comic vignettes and standalone full rendered illustrations. Usually I work digitally in Procreate and Clip Studio Paint, but I also enjoy creating delicate traditionally inked pieces with a variety of brush pens and fine liners.
    BLOOD, SWEAT & BODY HAIRA series of illustrations confronting the under represented "ugly" side and nuance of female characters. Their natural bodily fluids and functions, stomach rolls, unsavory facial expressions and inner desires that challenge preconceived notions of femininity. Blood, sweat, unplucked eyebrows, unshaved armpit hair, mismatched breasts and lumpy flab and fat: just some of the aspects of many women hidden through shame and judgement. Submission for the D&AD New Blood Festival 2020
  • Fatima, From the Sea
    Fatima, From the SeaSelect pages from a short personal comic, 'Fatima, From the Sea', drawn in an experimental sketch style, exploring the portrayal of raw emotion and violence through rough linework.
  • Household Horrors
    Household HorrorsA transformation of areas around my house and local church into an eerie, uncomfortable horror vignette. This is the lingering dread from your childhood as you bolted upstairs after switching the light off at night, afraid of what was behind you.
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Projects credited in
  • The University of Huddersfield, BA (Hons) Illustration
    The University of Huddersfield, BA (Hons) IllustrationThe illustrator gathers, enlivens, softens or perturbs – drawing our surroundings, histories and desires together in a journey from eye to hand. To draw is to navigate thresholds of difference and representation, in order to stage an encounter between singular, subcultural and majoritarian ways of seeing.    Escaping the page and crossing the frame, line and narrative become vectors. Wending, weaving and spreading, they seek new surfaces, and explore new contexts. By infiltrating disciplines an
Work history
    IllustrationNatural Transformation Therapy
     - Leeds, United KingdomFreelance
    Informative anxiety and mental health posters in how to recognise stress.
  • Character Art
  • Digital art
  • Concept art
  • Colour Schemes
  • Comic Art
    BA (Hons) Illustration - First Class HonoursUniversity of Huddersfield
     - Huddersfield, United Kingdom