Illustrators to Character Designers
May 10, 2013 2:28 PM   Subscribe

Artists Peter de Seve and Carter Goodrich share similar career arcs. Both began their illustration careers in early 80's New York, drawing many businessmen and computers for trade magazines. Both became New Yorker cover artists. As the print market became challenged, both artists found new demand for the talents in emerging media, creating the look of the characters in animated films. Goodrich worked on Ratatouille, Despicable Me, and Brave. De Seve is responsible for all the characters in the Ice Age films.

Vimeo of the two artists on stage together, discussing their influences and careers.
posted by TimTypeZed (1 comment total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Oh man, love their work, can't wait to watch this. I met de Seve very briefly at a Society of Illustrator's show in NY once and he was ridiculously nice.
posted by AndyP at 3:55 PM on May 10, 2013

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