Delighted to announce that Eimhin will be attending the upcoming screening of both
Late Night Work Club anthologies at Cardiff Animation Night‘s event, on Saturday the 22nd of July!
He’ll be talking about and showing some clips from recent work, along with fellow LNWCers Nicolas Ménard, Conor Finnegan and Louise Bagnall!
For further details you can check out the link
We hope to see you there!
A selection of photos from when these final scenes were in progress!
Featuring the work of Katie Sherlock, Carol Freeman, &
Dogs in Space #1: Laika
Dogs in Space #2: Leroy
We’ve updated our print shop with some space themed prints!
You can pick them up here:
These are part of an ongoing series that Eimhin’s been working on the past few years, so stay tuned for more!
We built a miniature vacuum former for a project which is currently in production. It ain’t pretty, but it works!
Looking forward to exploring this method more in future!
Delighted to announce that Rory A. Stewart’s new film WIld Horses, will be premiering at Cannes this year. PP’s Eimhin provided the illustrations for the poster.
Be sure to check out the rest of Rory’s work here:
Here’s some process from the illustration:
An initial charcoal study while becoming familiar with the actor
A timelapse of the pastel portrait
Completed portrait of the lead
Horses, sketched in a cave painting-ish style
These guys were pretty rough and ready, in order to feel loose and not over worked I would just spend about 20 seconds on each, with varying levels of success
After selecting the horses that worked best I popped them in with the head study, giving a good degree of flexibility for Rory to lay things out for text
We just spent the day sorting and archiving all the traditional work from
An tEarrach Thiar, Eimhin’s contribution to the upcoming Cúl an Tí project, helmed by Ross Murray & Nicole Storck at the Cartoon Saloon!
We currently have A4 & A3 scene illustrations from the film available to purchase from our online shop:
An tEarrach Thiar was originally written by Máirtín Ó Direáin, with musical interpretation by Lisa Hannigan, Kíla & Fionnuala Ní Chosáin.
We look forward to announcing the screening times!
We have a selection of original work for sale in our
A watercolour and ink painting of St Brigid.
50% of all proceeds go to Abortion Rights Campaign
€60 210×297 mm
A watercolour and ink painting of a Raccoon Washing potatoes
A watercolour and ink painting of a Raccoon eating a sandwich