Marcus Bowler Studying Illustration at Anglia Ruskin University, Anglia
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Ahhh ok, yes, hello.
I'm Marcus Bowler and Im currently studying illustration and animation at Anglia Ruskin university, Cambridge. What can I say about myself other than i am just like all of you, studying to be recognised for the future.

University is hard... but rewarding. I have a lot of work that hasn't been uploaded, like any university work at all, but uni's the reason i haven't been uploading it because its such a time consumer.... I hear a never ending logic loop here.

(in short, I need to upload more work often.... uhhhh.)

A lot of my work outside of university focuses on drawing a child like style thats appealing to the teenage,student age gap.
I now like Pendleton Ward's drawing style, but what first got me off to illustration was Australian artist Ghost Patrol then before that Chris Ridell.

Member Since

06th December 2011

Speciality

Illustration

Inspiration

Pendleton Ward, ghost patrol, chris Ridell, studio ghibli, cubism, impressionism, paper

Interests

Bike riding, drawing, i'm actually starting to like reading. doing christopher walkin impressions.

Bands

Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull, Ramones, the who, them crooked vultures, black stone cherry, Dave Brubeck &(quartet), Joe Bonamassa, Mourneblade, Reel big fish, motion city soundtrack, Toe.

Quotes

tenouttaten

Artists

Caspar David Friedrich,

Galleries

I don't own any... No one my age does.

Last Active

Monday 06th July 2015

Degree

Anglia Ruskin University, Anglia

Home Town

Uxbridge

Date of Birth

Monday 01st November 1993

Gender

Male

 
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University work by Marcus Bowler
currently empty. Awaiting my results and pick up date for my first year work.
I created a children's book along with illustrations and a story line depicting each scene in the story for my final project at Uxbridge college. The book was exhibited along with models and prints...
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I created a children's book along with illustrations and a story line depicting each scene in the story for my final project at Uxbridge college. The book was exhibited along with models and prints...
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