About a year ago, I picked up a couple porcelain pens and some white plates from Ikea and I tried to draw on them. And write on them. And in general, make them look awesome. You know what? It's a lot harder than you think. Or than I thought. It was actually really hard. So, I have a unique appreciation for the talent, skill, and patience that it takes to create artwork like James of Jimbob Art does. Read on for more information about his process and work!
Tell me some basic info about yourself.
I am a freelance illustrator working in London, just gone self employed! Scary!
What kind of mediums do you use and why?
I work using porcelain pens for my hand drawn plates, but use pen and ink for my illustrations work.
What made you decide to sell on etsy?
A friend said I should sell on etsy plus I turned 30 and thought I better start trying to sell my artwork!
Where do you get your inspiration?
Swedish design, Tord Bjoonte, Ralph Steadman, Ericailcane
What is your favorite music to craft by?
Willy Mason, Tallest man on Earth, Radiohead.
When it's cold outside... Hot Chocolate time!
When I'm hungry... Chocolate time!
When I need a boost... Chocolate time!
I wish I was/were... I wish I was travelling around the world
If I could give one gift to everyone I know, it would be... Hand Drawn Plates!
If I could have coffee with anyone, it would be... Hunter S Thompson
If you were an animal, what would you be? Buzzard
What's your favorite piece of your own? My Goat illustration
What are your favorite blogs/websites right now? 27b/6
Since you've all seen my Oliver, you know that this one would be my favorite!
You can find James' work at his etsy shop, Jimbob Art.
how nice! i really love that 1st plate.ReplyDelete
i really like the peacock plate!ReplyDelete
okay the peacock plate is amazing. fantastic!ReplyDelete
Really lovely work.ReplyDelete
Really cool stuff.. A true artisten.. Thanks for sharing..ReplyDelete
i will be checking out your stuff!!ReplyDelete