Article in Digital Times magazine
Posted by Phil on 26/04 at 11:21 AM in
Paul Hellard, Daniel Wade, Phil Straub and the fantastic folks at Ballistic Media chose my ‘Wood Dragon and the Ladybird’ image for Exposé 7 - I can’t thank them enough!
Posted by Phil on 17/09 at 02:48 PM in
Istvan Burger, the Editor of the Hungarian sci-fi magazine, was good enough to give me the cover earlier this year, with Fathom. Thanks Istvan!
Posted by Phil on 17/09 at 02:37 PM in
Ranjith, the wonderful chap from Animation Today in India, honoured me with the cover in May - thanks Ranjith!
Posted by Phil on 17/09 at 02:28 PM in
Alex Yuan, a very friendly chap from CGWorld Magazine in China, conducted an extensive interview with me while back - thanks Alex!
Will post the English copy when I get a chance.
Posted by Phil on 17/09 at 02:17 PM in
Last week I was accepted into the Illustrator’s Guild of Ireland, something I have long dreamed about. Check out the site, chock-full of incredible work from some truly wonderful artists. Thanks to everyone on the panel who approved my application!
Posted by Phil on 29/04 at 09:05 AM in
Not so much a tutorial as a Work in Progress, showing the evolution of an image from initial idea to final scene. This image took about 6 weeks, all told, so there are many, many hours of work between all these steps. The image ended up being around 10000px wide, and was around a Gig per save, so I had to save over a lot of increments to conserve space. These are the key steps.
Posted by Phil on 20/04 at 09:52 PM in
A workshop on the Moss Dragon for Advanced Photoshop.
Posted by Phil McDarby on 03/03 at 02:07 PM in
I’m taking part in a 3 week exhibition in Edinburgh, beginning March 9th 2009. A wonderful fellow by the name of Colin Knight got in touch a few weeks back about an exhibition in Edinburgh, called “Fantasy Art”. There are 6 artists taking part, all of us submitting 12 pieces. I won’t start gushing about the other artists here for fear of embarassing myself - suffice to say, they are all phenomenal.
Posted by Phil on 04/02 at 05:58 PM in