Courtney Brims Creates Imaginative Disney-Like Characters

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 4, 2011 • References: courtneybrims & mymodernmet
If the thought of fairytale graphics has you thinking of juvenile depictions of magical worlds, then rest assured these illustrations by Courtney Brims are far from childish. Each of this Australian-born artists' fairytale illustrations are set against white backdrops so that the gray color palette is showcased to perfection.

Apart from favoring gray colors, Courtney Brims uses splashes of vibrant hues like red and blue to bring her character illustrations to life. This is one artist who knows how to put a pencil to paper to create something wondrous.

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