Patrick Seymour – Part One

Posted by | May 07, 2012 | art | 2 Comments
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Patrick Seymour  is an Illustrator based in Montreal, Canada. His field of expertise are in digital art, illustration, and typography. In this post, I will focus on Seymour’s illustrations, specifically his work involving his ability to play with lines and symmetry to create character designs. Seymour uses a variation of line thickness and curves to create a 3D image that pops out of the digital canvas. Every placement of the line is well thought out and intricate, which transcends beautifully into a finely detailed character design.

Versus

 

 Faces

Count the Lines

By simply changing the thickness and curvature of the lines, Seymour creates an eye-popping 3D illustration. Each of his work exerts great control over line and symmetry. My favorite piece would be “Count the Lines” because I love the character Count von Count from Sesame Street. Seymour created a great rendition of the Sesame Street character, whom I grew up loving.

- Hana Kelley

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