When he finishes working on one comic book, and before starting another, London artist Liam Cobb distracts himself by making unique architectural drawings.
These moments of transition allow him to experience something different than usual. Working on a comic book means having limited time to create something with hundreds of drawings and dialogues. Making a single illustration gave him time to develop a different technique, to perfect his style.
All this has given rise to a series of illustrations designed and developed individually, characterized by bold colors and a well-defined trait. Although they are not comics, these drawings also tell a story, they enjoy a freer kind of narrative, in which our imagination does half the work.
See other Liam’s works on his Instagram profile, where the artist always updates his followers on the situation of his work.