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Image of the day: Shaman by Simone Ludeman

Simone Ludeman is an illustration student at the University of Westminster. We grabbed five minutes with her to find out more about today's image of the day ...

Computer Arts: Tell us about the piece ...
Simone Ludeman
: I’ve always been interested in different cultures, so I set myself a brief inspired by indigenous tribes. All the images represent health issues: for example, fertility, insomnia, death and the image of the day is the shaman. I was interested in shamanism because of how different the processes of healing is to our own. 

CA: How did you put the illustrations together?
SL
: To create the images, I first drew them using fine liner. Then I scanned them into my computer and did all the colouring in Photoshop. I tend to work spontaneously and let ideas flow as I draw the image, but I will have a rough idea of relevant imagery to include.

CA: How did you get into illustration?
SL:
 I’m currently about to graduate with a degree in illustration from the University of Westminster. I’ve always been creatively driven and feel it's naturally progressed in my life. I’m generally drawn to subjects of a spiritual or surreal nature. My inspiration comes from experience. I feel it’s something you subconsciously absorb. I tend to include a lot of pattern and embellishment within my illustrations. 

Check out more from Simone Ludeman on her website, Tumblr and Twitter

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