A graduate of Visual Communication Design specialising in Illustration from Middlesex University, Andrew has worked as a graphic designer in Oxford since graduating. A skilled draftsman and illustrator he has developed his skills in digital vector artwork, drawing on screen using nothing but the mouse and the tools of a 2D program.
As a fan of cinema and the history of the movie poster, he has produced a range of artwork based on iconic scenes and film characters. Andrew has a wide range of artwork from many different films and genres on his website and welcomes commissions.
You can get in touch with Andrew via the contact page.
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The Freddy Krueger drawing took over a month to complete. The sequence shows how layers are used to build up textures and details to create a depth to the 2D drawing. The above image shows the number of vector points and meshes used to capture all of the detail.