Tallulah Fontaine is an illustrator and artist from Edmonton, Alberta. She is currently based between Los Angeles and Montreal. Tallulah’s work is inspired by nature and lifestyle through her atmospheric use of graphic shapes and form in traditional mediums.
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After reviewing the materials and discussing with the client, my progress usually begins with a series of rough sketches to work out the concepts and compositions. I’ll then send 3 or so sketches to be approved. Once a sketch is chosen, I’ll work on a more detailed final sketch that may include any revisions the client has requested. Then, I trace out all the elements and hand paint them in watercolor or gouache. That way I can hand make all the washes and textures I am looking for. Those are then scanned into Photoshop, where I work digitally to color all the elements and put together the final composition!