Art specializing in science, geology and geography illustrations for clients such as National Geographic, Scientific American, McGraw-Hill, Wired Magazine, Harcourt Publishing among others. Also work in video game art and animation - 3D modeling, pre-viz imaging and digital Matte Painting.
Emily M. Eng is a freelance illustrator specializing in artistic as well as accurate science illustrations. From specimen reconstruction to ecological processes, Emily can create unique and engaging images for all science related fields. She works in both traditional and digital methods for all types of projects, from book diagrams to conceptual illustrations.
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA 2000.
I combine accuracy with expression. What I want to express is the life, the aliveness of the subject, which is always nature.
Working mainly with traditional media, I'm happy to do anything from simple line drawings to full color landscapes, reconstructions, or animation.
"Late in the Day" - scratchboard/watercolor, 18" x 24"; piece created for the Grand Canyon Celebration of Art exhibit, September, 2012, which is a fundraiser for the Grand Canyon. Artist specializes in subjects of natural history, wildlife conservation, environmental protection, as well as illustrations for books, magazines, maps, zoos, and museums. Experienced in scratchboard, watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting.
Angela Vaculik is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer with over 20 years of professional experience. She has a realistic illustrative style and can easily transition to a more stylized approach. With a focus on natural science, her illustrations are captivating and colourful with great attention to detail. Using traditional and digital methods, Angela’s primary goal is to deliver exceptional impactful art.
Her website can be viewed at www.angelavaculik.com