Today’s episode features the multi-faceted story and career of visual development artist Craig Elliott, this year’s Spectrum Award gold winner. (Spectrum is an annual yearbook and the Bible of the fantasy illustration world). Craig’s extensive career and his thoughts on traditional vs. digital illustration will be the subject of today’s episode.
About Craig Elliott:
Craig Elliott (http://www.craigelliottgallery.com) is a Spectrum Award gold winner (2010) renowned for his visual development work on films including Treasure Planet, Princess and the Frog, The Enchanted, Bee Movie, and many more during his extensive career in Hollywood working for Disney, Dreamworks, Pixar and ILM. Craig also teaches occasionally for The Arts Center in Pasadena, his alma mater, and The Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood. In addition to his visual arts career, Craig designs jewelry inspired by nature.