The “Let me illustrate” podcast puts the spotlight on board game artists, such as illustrators, sculptors or graphic designers.
Every artist was given the same catalogue of 17 questions about their approach to board game art. Listen to their answers and find out more about the people who make the board games you love look so stunning.
Are you a board game artist?
If you are a board game artist yourself, please contact me for more details. It’s really easy to take part. You just need your smartphone and less than 15 minutes, unless you want to record for longer of course. I will take care of the editing, noise filtering, etc and make you sound amazing. So please give it a go and take part in this series.
Amelie Le-Roche is a veteran video game animator, creating games in her free time. She loves to explore different art styles and unique themes while creating family-friendly board games. She ... Read More
İrem Erbilirgil is an accomplished 2D and 3D artist from Istanbul, Turkey. She is currently working on the upcoming game Keystone: North America by the recently founded Rose Gauntlet Entertainment, ... Read More
Mihai Georgescu is a freelance artist living in Scotland. He enjoys drawing goblins, painting miniatures and having too many hobbies. Throughout his career, he has created band logos, album covers, ... Read More
Natalia Rojas is a self-taught artist and illustrator from Colombia living in Tampa, Florida. She specializes in highly detailed and realistic graphite and coloured pencil drawings and loves to create ... Read More
Jessi Cabasan is a freelance artist based in Co. Meath, Ireland. She works in a variety of industries including games, logo making and traditional pencil portraits. She designed the artwork ... Read More
Marco Bucci is a freelance artist and his experience includes books, film, animation, and advertising. He has worked for Walt Disney Publishing Worldwide, LEGO, LucasArts, Mattel Toys, Fisher-Price, Hasbro, among ... Read More