Phone Phil:  +31(0) 6428 735 86

email: evansphil@mac.com

As a child I was always to be found drawing at the kitchen table, my imagination fired up by something or other, and would eagerly sketch down an idea for a new fangled car or aeroplane. I entered drawing competitions regularly, winning a Blue Peter badge for my mini submarine picture, and an electric motorway set and fifty Matchbox toy cars for my vision of a car of the future.

The pain at such a young age was the twenty-eight day wait for the prize to arrive. I was encouraged in my artistic endeavors at school,borrowing my dad’s fine sable brushes and water colours, and then experimenting with oil paints.  Next came art college where I enrolled in the technical illustration course. In the first year we were taught to airbrush, and I quickly understood the power of this medium, later in the course producing car three quarter views and cut-aways using this technique.

CAD was increasingly being used for technical subjects by the time I graduated, so when I turned professional, I found myself painting more varied subjects, from food to fantasy.

The Apple Mac freed me from the obvious limitations of traditional media, but my work still retained its signature look.

I use Photoshop and illustrator in conjunction with cinema 4d and painting and photography to create my pieces.

 

Creating images with impact, atmosphere, and attention to detail.

As a child I was always to be found drawing at the kitchen table, my imagination fired up by something or other, and would eagerly sketch down an idea for a new fangled car or aeroplane. I entered drawing competitions regularly, winning a Blue Peter badge for my mini submarine picture, and an electric motorway set and fifty Matchbox toy cars for my vision of a car of the future.

The pain at such a young age was the twenty-eight day wait for the prize to arrive. I was encouraged in my artistic endeavors at school,borrowing my dad’s fine sable brushes and water colours, and then experimenting with oil paints.  Next came art college where I enrolled in the technical illustration course. In the first year we were taught to airbrush, and I quickly understood the power of this medium, later in the course producing car three quarter views and cut-aways using this technique.

CAD was increasingly being used for technical subjects by the time I graduated, so when I turned professional, I found myself painting more varied subjects, from food to fantasy.

The Apple Mac freed me from the obvious limitations of traditional media, but my work still retained its signature look.

I use Photoshop and illustrator in conjunction with cinema 4d and painting and photography to create my pieces.

 

From ownable visualisation

to super-duper high resolution final artwork,

all subjects are finely crafted.

As a child I was always to be found drawing at the kitchen table, my imagination fired up by something or other, and would eagerly sketch down an idea for a new fangled car or aeroplane. I entered drawing competitions regularly, winning a Blue Peter badge for my mini submarine picture, and an electric motorway set and fifty Matchbox toy cars for my vision of a car of the future.

The pain at such a young age was the twenty-eight day wait for the prize to arrive. I was encouraged in my artistic endeavors at school,borrowing my dad’s fine sable brushes and water colours, and then experimenting with oil paints.  Next came art college where I enrolled in the technical illustration course. In the first year we were taught to airbrush, and I quickly understood the power of this medium, later in the course producing car three quarter views and cut-aways using this technique.

CAD was increasingly being used for technical subjects by the time I graduated, so when I turned professional, I found myself painting more varied subjects, from food to fantasy.

The Apple Mac freed me from the obvious limitations of traditional media, but my work still retained its signature look.

I use Photoshop and illustrator in conjunction with cinema 4d and painting and photography to create my pieces.

 

Creating images with impact,

 atmosphere,

and attention to detail.

As a child I was always to be found drawing at the kitchen table, my imagination fired up by something or other, and would eagerly sketch down an idea for a new fangled car or aeroplane. I entered drawing competitions regularly, winning a Blue Peter badge for my mini submarine picture, and an electric motorway set and fifty Matchbox toy cars for my vision of a car of the future.

The pain at such a young age was the twenty-eight day wait for the prize to arrive. I was encouraged in my artistic endeavors at school,borrowing my dad’s fine sable brushes and water colours, and then experimenting with oil paints.  Next came art college where I enrolled in the technical illustration course. In the first year we were taught to airbrush, and I quickly understood the power of this medium, later in the course producing car three quarter views and cut-aways using this technique.

CAD was increasingly being used for technical subjects by the time I graduated, so when I turned professional, I found myself painting more varied subjects, from food to fantasy.

The Apple Mac freed me from the obvious limitations of traditional media, but my work still retained its signature look.

I use Photoshop and illustrator in conjunction with cinema 4d and painting and photography to create my pieces.

Creating images with impact,

 atmosphere,

and attention to detail.

From ownable visualisation

to super-duper high resolution final artwork,

all subjects are finely crafted.

From ownable visualisation

to super-duper high resolution final artwork,

all subjects are finely crafted.

Creating images with impact,

 atmosphere,

and attention to detail.

 

Phone Phil:  +31(0) 6428 735 86

email: evansphil@mac.com

 

Phone Phil:  +31(0) 6428 735 86

email: evansphil@mac.com

Creating images with impact,

 atmosphere,

and attention to detail.

Creating images with impact,

 atmosphere,

and attention to detail.