Friday, May 23, 2008

Illustrator Research #29- Corey Wolfe


Corey Wolfe has been working since 1979; he's worked for many movie companies, toy, and book companies. He's done over 700 jobs for Disney with an airbrush, but he does most work in his style digitally now. He also enjoys working traditionally with oils or acrylics.

Some of his clients include Disney, Mattel, Time magazine, Pepsi, McDonalds, Jim Henson, TSR, Penguin books, DAW books, Roc books, Bantam books, Apple, Universal Studios, RCA/Columbia, CBS, Blockbuster, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Carnation, and Kraft foods.

His work method consists of both traditional and digital media. He uses a Macintosh and Photoshop for digital work. Traditionally he uses oils on illustration board, and he also uses airbrush and acrylics.

His style is very interesting to me, as it has bright colors and delicately done paint marks. His work overall is somewhat naturalistic, but beautiful. Although some of his concepts seem a bit simple.

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