Apparently, illustration and concept art are two terms that are often used interchangeably. Even though both the terms appear to be unquestionably similar to each other, yet they are separated by a thin line of demarcation.
Concept artists have a very different job from illustrators. Illustrations can be defined as a visual representation in which the subject is far more important than the form. The goal of illustrations is to explain, describe, or graphically decorate a text. So, in a nutshell you can say that illustrations must correspond to the words to which they are associated.
Unlike a broader term like a graphic illustration, concept art is a particular form of illustration whose main objective is to express the cause of the art and tell the story before the creation of the end product. The amazing characters, creatures, and environments that you gaze on, on the big screen, or in games with friends online, start as ideas. Graphic design illustrators bring these ideas to life and give you a glimpse of the artwork that can amaze anyone on the screen.
Designs at Spikeadillo can range from ethereal mood shots to more detailed schematics of a prop or character. The purpose of graphic illustration is to communicate through conceptual illustration. By thumbnailing rough ideas and blending cool structures, the journey of conceptual illustration is enthralling. You can call graphic illustration the best of both design worlds. The illustrations offer beautiful opportunities to breathe life into your ideas. Tell a story, get ready for your next video game, make sure that everything you do is made from futuristic technology combined with a sheer taste for art.
Illustrations are a timeless piece of art. The industry of graphic design illustrators has become incredibly competitive, but with the increased pace of the industry, we have also expanded our horizons of knowledge. Keeping a creative expression at the forefront, we can create anything ranging from commercial designs to intuitive video game interfaces.