Alright, let me show you.

A peek behind the curtains of an illustrator’s work.

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Marion Kamper – Alright, let me show you

Beschrei­bung

With this mas­ter the­sis I crea­ted a collec­tion of my per­so­nal work­flows when I make gra­phic and illus­tra­ti­on pro­jec­ts. On 176 pages the book reveals in detail how I rea­li­se my ide­as with the help of Ado­be Pho­to­shop, Illus­tra­tor and a ran­ge of ana­lo­gue items while exp­lai­ning nume­rous tools, spe­ci­fic soft­ware opti­ons and top­ping things off with use­ful litt­le hints.

The inter­net is jam­med with video tuto­ri­als, blog arti­cles and other inst­ruc­tio­n­al mate­ri­al for all kinds of design-rele­vant topics. I’m always exci­ted when I find rele­vant infor­ma­ti­on plea­s­ant­ly bund­led and clear­ly arran­ged. 

I struc­tu­red my pro­ces­ses into three parts. Part one con­tains ana­lo­gue work like sket­ching, tra­cing, as well as digi­tal input devices and my work pro­cess when crea­ting let­te­rings. The second part digs into non-dest­ruc­tive work­flows in Pho­to­shop, file for­mats and colour manage­ment. In the third part, I show tools and work sta­ges based on three illus­tra­ti­on pro­jec­ts. This book pres­ents my per­so­nal means of rea­li­sing illus­tra­ti­on pro­jec­ts. I begin my sto­ry at step num­ber two. The first steps, crea­ti­ve brain­stor­ming and con­cept deve­lop­ment, are not cove­r­ed in this book. The book is bilin­gu­al, writ­ten in Ger­man and Eng­lish.

 Credits:
Con­cept, Design, Pho­to­gra­phy: Mari­on Kam­per

Mari­on Kam­per

Marion Kamper
Mari­on Kam­per is a gra­phic desi­gner and illus­tra­tor who recent­ly got her mas­ters degree in com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on design from Uni­ver­si­ty of App­lied Sci­en­ces in Graz, Aus­tria. She got to expe­ri­ment in various fields of design like typo­gra­phy, web, edi­to­ri­al, 3D and visu­al com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on. But it wasn’t for years of free­lan­cing work, that she found her pas­si­ons lie in crea­ting strong print design in all it’s forms and expres­si­ve illus­tra­ti­ons in dis­tinc­tive tech­ni­ques.
She regu­lar­ly links her illus­tra­ti­on style and hand­ma­de let­te­rings with her design pro­jec­ts giving them a dis­tinct look. Cur­r­ent­ly, she is on the loo­kout for a nice place packed with lovely peop­le to put her skills to good use.
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2 Comments

  1. STEKADO
    Dezember 11, 2015

    Wun­der­schön, wür­de es sofort kau­fen!

  2. Bernhard
    Januar 3, 2016

    Sieht sehr inter­es­sant aus! Wür­de es auch sofort kau­fen!

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