1. Call Centre Automation. CCF Magazine
2. Hot F**king Ice Creams. Hot Rods & Hairy Beasts exhibition
3. Fishy Sub. Hot Rods & Hairy Beasts exhibition
Rod Hunt is a London based Illustrator & artist known for his retro tinged Illustrations & detailed character filled landscapes. Currently Deputy Chairman of the Association of Illustrators (AOI), he studied illustration at the Anglia Ruskin University, where he graduated in 1994. His work has appeared in different publications including: CG World (China), Grafik Tasarim (Turkey), Chakota (Mexico), Babyboss (Indonesia), IDN (Hong Kong), Creative Review blog (UK), Artists & Illustrators (UK), Computer Arts (UK), Digital Arts (UK), FEFE Project (Italy), Stone (Germany), and Varoom Magazine (UK).
—"All my work is produced digitally, but before I go near the computer I start doodling ideas and compositions in an A5 sketchbook with a pencil or biro. These are very quick and throwaway. Once I worked out the rough idea and composition & gathered any visual reference I might need, I work on a larger finished pencil drawing, which I then use as a guide for drawing the final artwork with a graphics tablet in Adobe Illustrator. For me it’s important to keep the hands on feel with my work, despite producing the final artwork on the computer. At the end of the day the computer should just be seen another way of making a mark on a page."—Interviewed by Sprayblog.
—"I often get mentioned as being pixel art because of the isometric perspective of lots of my work, even though it’s all vector based."
—After having been asked for advice: "Maintain control over your Copyright in your Illustrations. There are very few occasions that clients need to own the Copyright in your work. Your body of work is your livelihood, and you should be entitled to the financial benefits of your talent and hard work."—Interviewed by Sixcrayons.
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