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You don’t have to be a super-fan to make passionate art

If I’m immersed and emotionally engaged with the work, the results will have more chances of engaging the customer and the audience as well. If I’m just going through the motions, then the work itself will probably come across as dry and mechanical. And so the key that unlocks engagement always comes down to finding that vehicle which allows empathy to become passion and flow out as creativity and conversation.

London Art College Digital Illustration diploma and a montage of assignments

London Art College graduation

London Art College Digital Illustration diploma and a montage of assignments
London Art College Digital Illustration diploma and a montage of assignments

An end-of-year montage of school work. I spent the last 18 months working on something to hang on the wall in the FayJay foyer. The challenge of delivering timely digital artworks on a variety of subjects, with a variety of tools – sometimes figuratively with one arm tied behind my back, was fun. I will share some of these pieces in isolation, but for now here is a thumbnail kaleidoscope of my London Art College Digital Illustration assignments.