Wednesday, September 23, 2009

This is a follow up to the lecture that I did in Toronto a few months ago at FITC, which was a Flash conference that spanned a period of 3 days that included some of the brightest and creatives minds in motion and interface art and design. That's me in the bottom left corner and an image of an illustration that I did while studying Illustration at the Ontario College of Art and Design, in Toronto, Canada. Essentially I spoke about the "ins and outs" of my experience as an illustrator, where my work was, where it is now, and which direction that I hope to take it in the near future. There are some bits about my process as well as samples of my personal drawings near the end of the presentation. I must warn you that the audio cuts out slightly near the beginning, but remains pretty constant throughout the rest of the talk (which is 52 minutes).
Here is the link to the FITC website where you can view my lecture; scroll down the window on your right side where you will come across "Pretty Pictures, by Marcos Chin." Many thanks for checking it out. I hope you enjoy it.