CDQ 21 is packed full of tutorials, interviews, and art from industry veterans and newcomers alike. Amelia Bothe shows us the magic behind her dazzling cover art, Dom Murphy adds a new twist to a classic witch design, and Archina Laezza creates a villainous vehicle.
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CDQ 21 is packed full of tutorials, interviews, and art from industry veterans and newcomers alike. Among this issue’s highlights are budding professional illustrator Amelia Bothe cover art featuring an exclusive animal character, and we go behind the scenes at London animation studio Blinkink. Dom Murphy adds a new twist to a classic witch design, and Archina Laezza creates a villainous vehicle.
With a wide range of tutorials, a gallery of beautiful art, and fascinating interviews with established creators, this issue is sure to offer something to excite and inspire you
Softback 104 pages
Dimensions: 210mm x 270mm
Paper quality: Full-color premium paper pages
BEHIND THE COVER ART by Amelia Bothe
NARRATIVE PROMPT by Julia Körner
VILLAINOUS VEHICLE by Archina Laezza
MEET THE ARTIST: Carlos Luzzi
STYLIZING YOUR ART by Jeanne Wong
HOW TO STYLIZE CHARACTERS by Wouter Bruneel
EXPRESSING EMOTIONS by Laura Pauselli
MEET THE ARTIST: Meike Schneider
REIMAGINING BABA YAGA by Dom Murphy
LOST IN SPACE by Raúl Treviño