Inkscape Vectatory showroom is full of cute monsters

You didn’t really expect us to abandon the Showroom initiative too soon, did you? :) We are moving the showroom from USA to Chile where Vectatory works.

Vectatory is another artist who extensively uses Inkscape. He currently works as an illustrator at a video games company which develops games for iOS.

Vectatory is another artist who extensively uses Inkscape. He currently works as an illustrator at a video games company which develops games for iOS.

The Fish's Little Ears

The Fish's Little Ears

As a matter of fact, Vectatory is both a nickname and a project name. In his own words:

In my free time I dedicate all my efforts, as a freelance illustrator as well, to develop the Vectatory project whose aim is to create characters and show their interaction with the world.

Purely human characters are not too common for Vectatory, as you’ll see soon.

L'empereur

L'empereur

His work stands out in the Inkscape’s Flickr group through using a combination of vector graphics and textures. This is by far not a new concept, but for one reason or another the approach is not quite popular among artists who use Inkscape.

An illustration for Concurso Diseño De Culto 2010

An illustration for Concurso Diseño De Culto 2010

If you give them a closer look, you’ll see that earlier works have richer, deeper patterns, while later works use quite subtle patterns.

The entry for Concurso Diseña el Srs Spack

The entry for Concurso Diseña el Srs Spack

As you can see, he also participates in various design contests and reportedly won some of them.

Post Island

Post Island

At this point, having seen the previous showcase , one might suspect that LGW has a strange affection towards cute little monsters :) Indeed.

Squiddle

Squiddle

Dumbing the description of the characters down to “cute monsters” somehow doesn’t seem fair, though. Either way, you can follow Vectatory on Facebook and Twitter .