This is the third artbook from Pernille Orum that's the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign by publisher 3DTotal. The first two books were Blush and Coral which were both funded really quickly. People really seem to love her art and it's easy to see why.
This 152-page hardcover is a beautiful artbook that talks about Pernille's career where she started work as a 3D animator only to move on to becoming a freelance illustrator because that's where her passion for art is. She draws mostly character designs and is known for her lovely female characters. Her style is very much inspired by cell drawings of animation that she watched as a kid. I love her use of colours, lively expression and poses. This book is filled with gorgeous art.
There's also a lot to read as Pernille talks about her life, work, inspiration and her creative process. There are also several drawing tutorials where she shows her drawing process, how she uses colours, draws hair and think about lighting.
This is one of many fantastic artist-centric artbooks that 3DTotal has been putting out recently. Others artists include Asia Ladowska, Iraville, Heikala, Simone Grünewald and Beatrice Blue.
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Love this book, I'm actually
Submitted by Jess on
Love this book, I'm actually featured in it as well (3rd picture from bottom, the piece with gray background)! So glad I found your blog and classes!
what a kind of asshole u are.
Submitted by Anonymous on
what a kind of asshole u are.........u have uploaded picture of orum's book ,but of such small size even your father will not be able to read what is written on it...
Submitted by Teoh Yi Chie on
Those pictures were uploaded at 500px wide on purpose to trigger people like you who aren't going to buy the book anyway.
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