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Lisa Evans . Sparkling Illustrations

February 15, 2012

Lisa Evans’ charming, evocative illustrations have attracted and captivated a range of clients as her reputation has grown. Her highly original style, which is based on a rich narrative language, produces seductive images that draw audiences in and allow for a very engaged level of communication.

She has her dark side too, and a wonderful way of making her images ‘glow’ and ‘sparkle’, as you can see even in her pencil illustrations.

Lisa is an illustrator from Jersey (the small Jersey between France and England), currently living in Bath, UK. She’s been a freelance illustrator for 7 years, working on children’s books, advertising campaigns and editorial commissions.  Alongside her commercial work she spends a lot of time working on personal projects. She works with 3D modelling ideas in Autodesk Maya and Mudbox, which is a slow process.  She has also begun playing around in Game Maker, a mostly coding-free tool for creating computer games, and enjoys making her own games, as she likes the idea of creating an interactive world for her characters to live in.

” I’m inspired by science, technology and space exploration and I’m hoping at some point this will manifest in my work. That hasn’t really happened yet!  One of my goals is to find a way to communicate science through an emotional narrative, perhaps in a comic or game. That would be very satisfying! ”  She’s done some beautiful bird images for US company Nordstrom, for cards and giftbags which also seem to sparkle.  No wonder they keep coming back for more commissioned work, it’s beautifully created and coloured.

One Comment leave one →
  1. TayabIqbal permalink
    February 23, 2012 6:55 pm

    Her work is beautiful,

    Your site has now pushed me to design my own facebook timeline banner – potentially sad, but I’m gonna do it anyway!

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