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January 29, 2011

A is for Artist wraps up

Filed under: News — Kurt and Zelda @ 12:50 am

Today concludes our 26 week trek through the Illustrator’s Alphabet. Put yer eyeballs here for magnificent visual candy: Tor.com Thank you to Irene Gallo and Tor.com for permission to gush about our favourites.


January 28, 2011

Moleskine Page

Filed under: study — Kurt and Zelda @ 12:32 am

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Col-Erase Indigo Blue in Moleskine

Page from Moleskine. -Z
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January 26, 2011

Black Plague

Filed under: client work,Portfolio — Kurt and Zelda @ 3:28 am

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Pencil sketch on Bristol. Photoshop colour. 8″ x 14″

Another fun-to-do spot for Pearson Education.
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January 20, 2011

13 Incantations

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 8:14 pm

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Commissioned by Realms of Fantasy for a beautiful short story by Desirina Boskovich.
Due to an excessive amount of deadlines, Zelda was tied up, so I did this one solo.
–K

January 10, 2011

Aztec Banners

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 2:06 pm

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Traci Morganfield asked us to design a few banners for her new site, tlmorganfield.com.
We also illustrated her beautiful story, Hearts of Men, for Realms of Fantasy a few years ago.


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Gala Darling Interview

Filed under: News — Kurt and Zelda @ 1:40 pm

A little insight to our lives as illustrators: galadarling.com

January 7, 2011

Diving into traditional media!

Filed under: study — Kurt and Zelda @ 11:30 pm

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My very first real drafting table, an epic Craig’s List find. Ah, the knobs! I’m in love.
And, a watercolour study I made on top of it. -Z


January 5, 2011

Kosmoniq CD Packaging

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 12:57 pm

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CD Packaging for Kosmoniq. www.kosmoniq.com
Package design by Russell DeHaven.


January 2, 2011

King Henry II

Filed under: client work — Kurt and Zelda @ 1:53 am

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A series of illustrations for Pearson Education.


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