AIGA Raleigh and Centerline Digital Presents
Kyle Webster: An Illustrated Evening Speaking Event
In his own words...
How does one go from working as an illustrator to managing a digital brushes business with over 100,000 customers? Kyle Webster has no clue, but he has done it, so he will try to explain how it happened (and continues to happen) in words and pictures.
There will be a Q&A session with Kyle following the talk and plenty of time to mingle with your fellow creative community as well.
Limited copies of Kyle's new children's book, Please Say Please!, will be available for sale and signing. It would make a perfect gift for a child you love, or the child within! Here's the book trailer:
How do you ask for what you'd like? Do you shout, "I want!" to get your way? Or do you say, "Please" each and every day? With energetic rhyming text, dazzling art, and loads of fun, a little girl learns that good things come to those who say "please"! But be careful what you wish for!
This is Kyle's first children's book, and it was painted completely digitally using his Photoshop brushes. Want to learn more about digital painting?
Kyle will also be hosting a 3+ hour digital illustration / emulating natural media workshop on Saturday the 13th at Centerline. You can get into the talk for FREE with a workshop ticket purchse. Register for the workshop here! Once you purchase your workshop ticket we will send you a ticket for the talk.
About Kyle Webster
Kyle T Webster is an international award-winning illustrator, living in North Carolina, who has drawn for The New Yorker, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Entertainment Weekly, Scholastic, Nike, IDEO, and many other distinguished editorial, advertising, publishing and institutional clients. He has created two top 50 mobile games, and he is the founder of KyleBrush.com, the company behind the world's best-selling Photoshop brushes for professional illustrators, animators, and designers. Kyle also currently teaches Life Drawing, Portraiture, and Digital Painting at the UNC School of the Arts.