Matt Huynh

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Australian Illustrator Matt Huynh self-publishes his own comics. The 2009 Creative Sydney Festival named him one of the most innovative contributors to Sydney’s culture and he was awarded the inaugural Design NSW Travelling Scholarship to pursue a worldwide professional development trip to train and work in residence under his greatest influences and inspirations. He has also worked for several notable clients and agencies. He currently has a new series of prints and custom portfolios to be released late October that can be pre-ordered now.

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Patrick Draws Things

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There is a cache of simply executed illustrations brimming with personality at Patrick Draws Things where it appears some of the drawings were most likely completed via computer (but who’s counting).

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Gradient Mesh Tutorial

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The gradient mesh in illustrator has been a bit of a mystery to me in when illustrating with vector graphics. This tutorial really shed some light on how to actually use the tool to create that ‘hyper-real’ look that some illustrators seem able to magically achieve.

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David Foldvari: Updates

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Artist David Foldvari has updated with some new and beautiful illustrative work since I last dropped in on his portfolio.

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Just My Type

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Wow, killer free fonts at Just My Type. Seriously cool and amazing that they are free. I will just say it, ‘Thank you Just My Type. Sincerely.’

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There is some interesting Keith Harring-esque analog style illustrations in the portfolio of Swedish designer/illustrator Finsta.

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