One of the most exciting parts of the WIA Showcase is gaining an insight into the varied and experimental techniques and creative processes illustrators use to create their projects.
This gallery shows additional images, videos and sketches that offer a look into the making of an illustration.
Menghui’s VR animations began life as sketches, renderings and then 3D models to create a virtual world.
Joshua’s project was inspired by his family, and uses a rich combination of photographic imagery and painting.
Nancy and Fiona’s process to create a site specific installation, from initial sketches and collage, via paper models, to the final lantern.
Ruth shows how she uses collage technique to create her unique children’s book illustrations.
Aysha’s sketches from observation help her make these colourful images to tell a personal story.
Bangalore-based illustrator and animator CDKA shows her complex process that takes her from sketching to an animated gif.
Megan’s experimental book cover illustration was made using soot from a naked flame and a stencil to create a ghostly figure.
See how Laura’s slick digital illustrations evolve from her sketches.
Anna’s intricate, delicate illustrations are created using traditional watercolour techniques.
Following a sketching process, the next stage of Ding Ding’s development of this project was to make a collage storyboard for each illustration.
See the evolution from observational sketches, to the building of digital colour.
Explore Nicola’s use of layered photographs and mark making to create her rich illustrations.
See how Katherina uses monoprinting to create depth with a tactile quality.
Walk through Sophie’s project about sustainability in the fashion industry.