Into the Forest by Miranda Meeks. 2014. Digital.
I’ve been working on this piece on and off for the past few weeks. I’m really excited to add a book cover-type image to my portfolio. Maybe there is a story behind this illustration? I’ll leave that up to you :)
Just added work by Illustrator and Designer Miranda Meeks! http://goo.gl/bFsPOL
Miranda Meeks studied illustration at Brigham Young University. She is currently located in Utah where she works as an Illustrator and Designer creating both traditional and digital art.
My artwork is featured over at Concept Art World! Go check it out here: http://conceptartworld.com/?p=32667
Feeling very grateful at the moment. Thank you Concept Art World!
So I’ve been working on a few time-intensive projects, but I wanted to give you a little something in the meantime. Getting closer to wrapping this one up; hopefully it’ll be done in another week or two.
Also, a big thank you to all my new followers! You are awesome and I hope I can provide eye candy for your illustration-hungry eyeballs. Oh, and this includes you too, faithful old followers.
Well I love you too, just for the fact that you messaged me to say that haha. And no, I don’t; I am a BIG chicken when it comes to needles.
Miranda Meeks shocked me with this piece. A lot of contributors have touched on the incredible world-building of FEZ (myself included), but this is the only example of such realistic rendering of Gomez’s adventure. I love that it also conveys the Gomez’s (and my) sense of wondering when entering a new area!
Also I’m very proud to say that Miranda is one of three contributors that were accepted into this year’s Spectrum Annual! Go check out her work, and also see Richie Pope’s work (his piece and his tumblr), another of our Spectrum people!
Here’s an illustration I’m contributing to the Fezzine, created by Kevin Jay Stanton (here’s his Tumblr). I’m so glad I was able to be a part of this beautiful zine, and there are so many other illustrators I look up to in it.
Thanks again Kevin!
Thank you for such a lovely compliment! It is very humbling to know that you appreciate my work so much, and it inspires me to work hard and try to make my images the best I can make them. I’m grateful to come in contact with such kind people like yourself.
Oh, and good luck with that art history paper. Noooo fun :/
Wow, thanks so much! I’m so glad you enjoy my work. I hope to continue to make cool and creepy pictures for your viewing pleasure :)
Memento Mori by Miranda Meeks. Graphite and digital.
I’ll be sketching here on Livestream in about 10 minutes. Hope to see you there!
All That is Gold by Miranda Meeks
Retreat by Miranda Meeks
Late Last Night by Miranda Meeks