find an illustration
Found 179 Illustrations
Hi! My name is Beth Pecora- I'm currently a senior at MICA, and I completed this map for Rebecca Bradley's Maps class!
I decided to create a world map for the concept pitch I've been working on my senior year. The story follows the protagonist, Tibia, the heir to the Kataqom kingdom. Tibia is regarded as special for having the brightest glowing crown in Kataqom. When her home is attacked by the Nokturns, a race of light-stealing goo demons, she must journey outside of the underground kingdom and into the vast Hellskaep to discover the truth about her crown.
This is actually one third of the entire Hellskaep map! On this third, I have mapped out the Ennard farmlands and town. I hope that as I finish the other sections, I can submit those as well!
This is a map of my brain I did for a project at Columbus College of Art and Design. I'm an an advertising and graphic design guy, not an illustrator so go easy on me. Not to mention this was my first go round with watercolors. Basically this is showing a little bit of what goes through my mind when I'm approaching a design problem. It never shuts off and it really is a maze. Once your in you'll get lost... trust me, I live with it daily. I wanted to reinforce the "always in design mode" by using vivid colors and a very loose sketchy hand. Think of it as one big brainstorm.
A sacred place where villager in the vicinity pay their homage to. It is said that the place is an entrance of the underground world, residence of serpent kings according to the belief of northeast Thai people and Laos people. There was a big news about 10 years ago that a film entertainment company named Cham Chan was hired to show the movies, byt the ghost, in such area thus causing a large number of people who have such faith and interesting tourists to visit the place at present. The 20 rais area is thickly covered with Chanote trees which feature mixes between sugar palm and coconut palm. It, then, makes the atmosphere very cool. There is also a shrine and a sacred pond for homage paying in the area too.
credit : http://suparit-resort.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html