A time lapse video of me drawing/painting with white oil paint on a black canvas. Inspired by The Werewolf Of London. Painted Feb 2nd under a full moon. I didn't realize that I moved my head so much and made such dumb faces while I paint, until I saw this.www.twitter.com/therickbaker
Born in 1975 in La Serena, northern Chile. He has been working as an illustrator since the age of 19. He began publishing work for Visual Editions, creating Diablo, the first comic book in Chile to use computer coloring.
In 1999, Mauricio developed for TCG the stunning game Myths and Legends, a project which would land him the position of graphic editor. His task would include designing a unique visual style and assembling an amazing artistic team.
Since then he has done artwork for various projects and multiple companies, including work in the video game industry. Some of his work can be seen in titles such as God of War Chains of Olympus, Soul Calibur for TCG, Pathfinder.Explore More ...
Academy Award-winner Joel Harlow is one of the most innovative makeup and special makeup artists and designers in American motion pictures. Born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Harlow’s passion to work on film began with his childhood viewing of the original 1933 “King Kong.” Moving to New York City at college age, he studied animation at the School of Visual Arts, but his true passion was special makeup effects. Harlow gained practical experience on such New York-based low budget horror and fantasy films as “The Toxic Avenger” (parts II and III) and “Basket Case 2". Harlow then moved westward to Los Angeles, where he worked for several makeup effects houses, finally landing in Steve Johnson’s XFC, Inc., where he remained for eight years as a makeup effects designer on a number of films.
Anxious to apply his skills on set, Harlow began working on such high profile films as “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” “Planet of the Apes,” “Constantine” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” creating a long-standing relationship with Johnny Depp, director Gore Verbinski and producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Harlow would be the key makeup artist, makeup effects supervisor, prosthetic makeup designer and special effects makeup supervisor on both “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” again directed by Verbinski, and then makeup department head on “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,” directed by Rob Marshall.
Harlow shared an Academy Award with fellow makeup artists Barney Burman and Mindy Hall on JJ Abrams’ “Star Trek” in 2010. Earlier, Harlow won a Critic’s Choice award for his work on "Alice in Wonderland," as well as Primetime Emmy Awards for the television miniseries versions of Stephen King’s “The Stand” and “The Shining,” and received nominations for “Mad Men,” “Carnivale” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
Most recently, Harlow worked as Johnny Depp’s makeup artist on “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Tourist,” “The Rum Diary,” “Dark Shadows” and “The Lone Ranger,” another Gore Verbinski/Jerry Bruckheimer production, for which he was also makeup department head. Additionally, he was key makeup artist on Ron Howard’s “Angels & Demons,” key prosthetic makeup artist for Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” and “Green Lantern” and makeup department head on “Battle: Los Angeles.”
Harlow’s company, Joel Harlow Designs, creates a full range of state-ofthe- art makeup, special makeup effects and prosthetics, from lab to set.www.joelharlowdesigns.com
Tippett Studio provides visual effects services for film, television, commercials, games, print advertising, and special venues.
The success of Tippett Studio is a product of its talented and dedicated crew of artists, producers, programmers, support staff and infrastructure personnel. It’s a priority for us to maintain an atmosphere that encourages effective collaborative teams working as democratically as possible, always with the goal of creating great work for the client filmmakers.www.tippett.com
A horror fan since he could slide a tape into a VCR, "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin has grown into a monster-making machine. As Rue Morgue magazine's original art director, the London, Ontario-born artist created the famous look of the publication, which currently hosts his art column, The Fright Gallery. Now a full time creature creator, his colourful signature style has graced numerous magazines, books and movie posters. He's had his work featured in galleries across North America, created highly sought-after screen-prints for the likes of Mondo and Skuzzles and created key art for various films, including Grabbers and Birth of the Living Dead. Both Gary and his art will be seen in the upcoming documentaries Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six and Why Horror?Explore More ...
Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily are designers, writers, product creators, sculptors, animators, illustrators and bloggers. Their unique Southern California design studio – The Kevin & Jody Show, Inc. – specializes in "art varieties of all sorts". For over 25 years Kevin and Jody have contributed designs to theme park shows and attractions, from Fantasmic! to Mickey's Soundsational Parade. Best known for their nostalgic collectibles and artwork celebrating the past.Explore More ...
Christopher Lovell. Artist. Musician. Tutor. Currently residing in Wiltshire, the Welsh artist is carving a strong identity in the art and design world with his lavishly detailed and imaginative work. His clients range from multi-platinum recording artists like Kid Rock to global clothing companies such as Iron Fist. Christopher Lovell's ever-expanding portfolio showcases a diverse subject matter and demonstrates a passion and level of enthusiasm that speaks for itself.
Christopher Lovell counts himself lucky to have been a child of the 80s. The toys, cartoons and movies of the era left him spellbound, fuelling his imagination. He finds this inspiration allows him to express himself very naturally through his art. Having developed a deep interest in fantasy and sci-fi, Christopher Lovell spent his childhood and teen years immersed in every aspect of creativity he could access.
As art came very easy to him, Christopher Lovell is completely self-taught and is able to effortlessly adapt to any medium presented to him. Very early on he soon noticed his art could captivate and inspire those who viewed it. Throughout his school years Christopher Lovell's passion for Anime, comics and graphic novels led him to writing and illustrating his own stories.Explore More ...
South African-born, award-winning Corlen Kruger has a deserved reputation as a concept artist of considerable flair and talent. Educated at the University of Pretoria, Corlen worked for I-Imagine Interactive, becoming Lead Artist, before moving to the UK to work with Digi-Guys.
He eventually moved north from London to work as a concept artist for Midway’s Newcastle Studio. When Midway folded, Corlen joined other artists from the studio at Atomhawk Design, a company that is already making a hugely positive impact on the industry. Corlen has since returned to South Africa, where he continues to be busy. Release dates are catching up, and his character concept work on the most recent Mortal Kombat console game (2011 version) can be seen on his website.
Corlen’s work has graced magazines and DVD covers, and his website is a treasure trove of the weird and wonderful (and the distinctly, divinely NSFW). It features shots of old horror and weird fiction magazines he’s uncovered, as well as old 8mm film reels. Corlen wears his love of crazy ‘exploitation’ and schlock-horror cinema on his sleeve, and its influence on his sumptuous work is clear.Explore More ...
Chad Savage was a dark artist from the moment his pudgy little hands were able to set crayon to paper. He was the kid that loved Halloween better than Christmas, rooted for Godzilla and Dracula, and really worried his Southern Baptist parents. It was very clear early on that Chad wanted to celebrate Halloween 365 days a year.
With a degree in illustration and graphic design, 20+ years’ experience drawing and designing for the horror genre and over 15 years’ experience in web design, Chad got his wish. Halloween, for him, is every day. His company Sinister Visions Inc. is thriving, providing web design, print design, illustration, sound design, font design and more for the horror, Halloween and haunted attraction industries. Sinister Visions currently hosts/manages close to 200 dark websites; odds are you’ve already been to at least 10 of them.
Chad’s artwork has appeared in (and on the cover of) numerous books and magazines and garnered awards from same. His original fonts have appeared on books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and in movies. Besides running genre sites like DarkChicago.com and ZombiePinups.com, he is the Art Director and Lead Designer for Zombie Army Productions, annual horror/haunt conventions Flashback Weekend, Halloween Extreme, the World Horror Convention, HAuNTcon and TransWorld’s Halloween & Attractions Show. His company Sinister Visions proudly sponsors numerous dark genre events and projects.Explore More ...
Rick Baker is an American special makeup effects artist known for his creature effects. As a teen, Baker began creating artificial body parts in his own kitchen. He also appeared briefly in the fan production "The Night Turkey" a one-hour, black-and-white video parody of "The Night Stalker" directed by William Malone. Baker's first professional job was as an assistant to Dick Smith on the film The Exorcist. He received the inaugural Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for his work on An American Werewolf in London. He also created the "werecat" creature Michael Jackson transforms into in the music video Thriller. Subsequently, Baker has been nominated for the Best Makeup Oscar ten more times, winning on seven occasions, both records in his field.
Baker claims his work on Harry and the Hendersons is one of his proudest achievements. On October 3, 2009, he received the Jack Pierce – Lifetime Achievement Award title of the Chiller-Eyegore Awards. He was awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters from the Academy of Art University San Francisco in 2008. He also contributes commentaries to the web series Trailers From Hell for trailers about horror and science fiction films. ~WikipediaExplore More ...