New Here - I'm Emilie
Hi everyone! I've recently become hopelessly addicted to the Three Point Perspective podcast, and through it, I've found myself here. I signed up for the free trial subscription for SVS Learn and am already trying to figure out how I can work that into my budget...because it's SO. AWESOME.
I started with traditional (pencil) art as a kid, drawing scenes from my favorite books - Narnia was a prominent feature in all of my sketchbooks...and on top of that, I was your typical horse-crazy girl. In my late teens/early 20's, I started doing commissions of pets in graphite and pastel.
Now in my early 30's, I have a day job that I love and don't plan to give up (I ride/train/show horses and teach riding lessons - so never grew out of the horse thing), but I also still do commissions on the side, and want to self-publish a few books and/or graphic novels someday. I'm SO in love with digital illustration and am working to transition to doing the majority of my commissions in that medium. I love the idea of creating images that tell a story and look like they could be stills from an animated film - my favorite subjects being horses and corgis.
Anyway...I'm really excited to be here and keep learning!
@Emilie-Goddard Beautiful pieces! Welcome to the forum — I look forward to seeing more of your work.
peteolczyk last edited by
Wow Emilie, nice work. welcome
RobinCampbellArt last edited by
Hi Emilie- Nice Work....looks like you have two distinctive styles. The first one has a picture book look....an adorable little creature! And the second one looks like it could be an animated feature movie....I'm wondering what the story is there. You're heading in a good direction with both.
I'm new to the svs forums too. Look forward to seeing more of your work.
JerrySketchyArt last edited by
Wow! Excellent work. Welcome to the forums.
Braden Hallett last edited by
Welcome to the forums! Corgis are the best of subject material
Nice work! I particularly like the snowscape image. Looking forward to seeing more!
Welcome -very much enjoy your horse work like @Braden-Hallett like your Corgis lols.
Susan Marks last edited by
@Emilie-Goddard Welcome-and so great that you've kept alive two of the passions of your childhood. I too entered SVS through the podcast-I love each and every one.
I particularly like your first piece. It's more to my preferred style-and your little guy really speaks to me. You've nailed his coat and the lighting overall is very good. I'll look forward to seeing more.
@Emilie-Goddard welcome to the forums!
@demotlj Thank you!
@RobinCampbellArt Thank you! And thanks for the observations! Honestly I hadn't really noticed the distinct differences between the too...as strange as that may sound. But I totally understand your observations and am glad you shared - maybe I can start exploring this more.
@SketchyArtish Thank you!
@Braden-Hallett Thanks! I have to agree I'm totally biased, but I think Corgis have so much personality that they just have to be included in fun artwork.
@Heather-Boyd Thanks for the welcome!
@Susan-Marks Thank you for your comment! I can't stop listening to the podcast...
@Chip-Valecek Thank you for the welcome!
djly last edited by
Beautiful images! Welcome :-).
Jessica Jolicoeur last edited by
I am a horse crazy girl too! I have been riding since I was 12, we owned 5 horses at one point and even though I have not ridden on a regular basis as my horse is 29 and semi-retired I am a horse girl for life.
As a kid I would often draw horses and fairies, I still do a little of both.
I was asked to illustrate a journal for adults which was inspired by the author's love for fairies and intentional living.
In my twenties, I moved on to human subjects and did portraits of people and musicians and I started a window and mural painting as a side job to the retail jobs that I had.
My dream job is authoring and illustrating for kids and this year my focus along with painting and contributing to the Art Crawl this coming October, I am planning to restructure my website and get some interest and contact with literary agents.
It is really nice to meet you and I am looking forward to seeing more of your work!
therealcpg last edited by
Welcome, Emilie! I really like your use of color!