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Tim Ingle

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Surreal pencil drawing based on imagination
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Enjoying my new Copic pens :)
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Wave based on a James Jean style
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Pencil drawing of my son Riley
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Ticket and poster for a high school ball. This was created using a few hundred stars, sequins, some colored wire and the masquerade mask which were scanned, composed and manipulated in photoshop to create a colorful, symmetrical and beautiful design.
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Thanks Kimberly, your work is cool
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My friend the esteemed octopus, brought into existence using pencil and paper.
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Graphite pencil sketch digitally coloured
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Jeanie Thompson - Over 30 days ago
Love this!!!
Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
Thanks Jeanie :)
Janet Bradley - Gave 1 kudo
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Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
cool thanks :) Your paintings are very dreamy, take me to a peaceful, colourful place
Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
You are very kind as well as a great artist Tim, thank you!
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Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
All good bro, you're talented
Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
Have you heard of James Jean?
Justin Fischetto - Over 30 days ago
thanks bud! no I haven't heard of him, I looked him up just now though, I love his work!
Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
Glad you like, your style made me think of him
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Illustrations for kids room, designed using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Printed on corrugated iron.
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Logo and business card design for j-RH Coaching & Consulting.
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Poster for St Johns school ball
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CD artwork for singer-songwriter Sam RB
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Acrylic on canvas, 950x 450.
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Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
Very creative and fun!
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Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
Great concepts!
Jeanie Thompson - Over 30 days ago
Cool!!!
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This is a graphite sketch reflecting some ideas I came across reading about 'process philosophy'.
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Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
Very interesting process philosophy, I have not heard of it, this special piece looks like the links of life! NICE!
J.L. Daniel - Over 30 days ago
I totally dig the idea of illustrating based on one's selection of interesting/preferred/inspirational text; you could totally dish out a whole series from that book- tell more! :) This is the quintessential example of a gorgeous execution mixing realism with contemporary graphics. With that aside, There is a piece of writing all about the notion of progress: essentially how there can not be such a thing, but that it was a created idea imposed on culture and pursued almost like propaganda....an interesting read (whether or not you/ I/ or anyone agrees with the script). Unfortunately, I just can't remember the author/any reference of it what-so-ever, agh! When I do, I'll write back....
Tim Ingle - Over 30 days ago
Thanks for the kind comments :) I think the words Procees and Progress are related - we wont make true progress until we see more that all things are in process. eg economic growth is often talked about as progress, but often in a way that is divorced from the broader processes within which economies exist. I think humanity needs bigger eyes.
Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
Yes Tim, I agree!
J.L. Daniel - Over 30 days ago
Right on, your response makes a valid point. Along the tangent about the correlation between process and progress, however related- another key difference: "Progress" is the status of a given "process", where progress means "improvement" toward success of an idealized end goal. The process indicates the overall duration of the attained goal, and progress is a moment within it. Interesting that you mentioned economic growth and how it refers to the process as "progress", as if we have an imagined utopia of success for society and a known route for it, when really its goal is a never-ending process. Like, for example, as an artist I strive for "my next painting, will be considered as the best one" so to speak, meaning: always in a state of learning, growing, progressing, and improving, and always in the process without a set destination or goal. Like you said, the term progress and its implications, when applied to the subject of economic growth, ignores a lot of the nuances and simple fact of its development are constant, evolving processes, on top of its unpublicized nature. Thanks for the response and ...hella rad... dialogue to the topic, it's a nice "breather" in the day, for "shop talk"- if any of that makes sense :)
Janet Bradley - Over 30 days ago
Awesome dialogue from brilliant minds!
Pamela Pantuso - Over 30 days ago
Tim, I was just reading your comment up there, and as I look at your illustration, I feel that it expresses some of those "broader processes" you were referring to. And along the lines of economic growth, in connection with so-called "progress", I also believe that the artists who create such things as this, should definitely be included in that, but I won't get going on the "Why the economy and spirituality could balance from art appreciation" rant. lol Ok, burned all brain cells for the day. Just plain cool picture, all thinking aside! And great comments from Janet and J.L.
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I was asked to create a series of A6 smoothie recipie cards for a Hamilton-based enterprise. I wanted to bring out the energy, colour and summery feel of drinking delicious smoothies in the sun.
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Updated location to Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.
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About Me:
I am a Hamilton based graphic designer, digital artist and illustrator. I have been working as a graphic designer since 2006 after graduating with a Bachelor of Design, specialising in visual communication. This degree gave me a solid grounding in applying design principles to my work, and helped develop my drawing, design and communication problem solving skills.

I love to draw with pencil and ink and paint in acrylic. Some of my favourite artists are Jeff Soto, James Jean, Lyn Olofsdotter, Alphonse Mucha and Angel D'Amico. Here are samples of illustrations I have created for both personal and commercial ends. The possibilities are endless combining hand-drawing and digital processes together, and I have a lot yet to discover.
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Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand