Part 2 in a series of fun and inviting presentation videos for Learning Nuggets for the Swiss Lehrabschlussprüfung (LAP) Vorbereitung training course. Success and a good grade for the LAP test are ensured.
Next-Generation Learning and #BYOD (bring your own devices) prepares you for all phases of this important milestone for your career in Switzerland.
Evolving drawings, llustrations and caricatures invite you to find out more about this outstanding training program in a series of short explainer videos illustrated by Ian David Marsden – marsdenillustration.com .
A series of presentation videos for an excellent training course to assist students in completing and scoring high on their LAP test. Next-Generation Learning and #BYOD (bring your own devices) prepares you for all phases of this challenging test. A modern, step-by-step teaching approach covering every chapter of what you have learned over the years. The course gives you all the tools to ace the test.
Fun, light-hearted illustrations and caricatures lead you through the video and explain what you can look forward to in this training course.
Andy Boller (Andrew Phillip Boller), Blues and Rock singer and pianist extraordinaire (and also contestant on “The Voice of Germany” asked me if I could design and illustrate a cool logo for his band “Take the 55” featuring caricatures of all the band members. A fun design that the band could use on t-shirts, on social media and also posters, flyers and other merchandising. #logodesign#caricature
I had seen Andy live on several occasions and as a fan, I of course immediately jumped on the opportunity.
Below a gallery of the final artwork featuring caricatures from photographs and a classic VW bus.
I am frequently called upon to create drawings for presentations and explainer videos or advertising videos or education videos.
My style of drawing videos and explainer videos differs from the vast majority of video productions because they are actual drawings which unfold, drawn by an actual artist who knows how to draw. The appearance can vary in different illustration styles, we can use color, we can use painterly brush strokes, pen, or pencil sketches. It is an actual work of art unfolding. The intrigue also lies in what unfolds first and what unfolds next.
Fun and inviting animated illustration of a European market square.
Lernnuggets Presentation Video 2
Lernnuggets Presentation Video
Toulouse Lautrec and the Green Fairy
Custom Illustrated Videos by Marsden Illustration
Happy Birthday Song – Happy Birthday to You
Time Management at the office – Live Drawing
Squeaky Rubber Chicken…
Tomato Man and Mysterious Cave Paintings – Drawing Video
Parisian bicycle with Petrus wine – Classic Toy Robot from the 1950s
The Stubenrein Boys – Sherlock Holmes Mystery – Drawing Video
Futuristic Blues Musician – Fisherman landed a BIG catch – Live Drawing
Breathless with Belmondo and Mustard – Live Drawing
For France-based client Sustain D I was tasked to develop original character designs for two cartoon characters and draw a series of comic strips featuring energy saving and ecological tips and tricks.
A series of 4 videos and posters created for Dräger on the topic “Break the chain of infection” The comic strips have no text so they are language independent and can be used internationally. The same goes for the video series.
The four different areas covered are: Infection prevention and control, increase Patient Safety, Infection Prevention by Design and Improved Workflow
Commissioned cover illustration in a fun, colourful, cartoon style on the topic of „public transportation“
Appeared in Nebelspalter Magazine, May 2022
The Nebelspalter is a Swiss satirical magazine. It was founded in 1875 by Jean Nötzli of Zurich as an “illustrated humorous political weekly.” The magazine was modelled on British magazine Punch. When Punch ceased publication in 2002, Nebelspalter became the oldest continually published humour magazine in the world.
Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali cartoon portraits
Colorful cartoon caricature portraits of Pablo Picasso walking his surrealist dog, Frida Kahlo showering flower petals, Vincent van Gogh with his lovely painted easter egg and Salvador Dali dribbling his melting clock all over the place.
Artwork by illustrator and cartoonist Ian David Marsden
Full Gallery and slideshow of artist series below:
A really fun project was this animated Holday Greeting card to be sent to the customers of my commissioning client.
The briefing required a nice, hand-drawn cozy looking winter scene. We opted for an inviting winter chalet in the woods surrounded by snow covered trees and featuring the AN2V logo.
The drawing is rendered as a timelapse video. Watch the drawing unfold, a lovely winter forest scene, a chalet with warm light spilling out onto the snow, and then the company logo is drawn, illuminated by the warm glow. A gorgeous, warm and elegant holiday card solution.
The video was also delivered as an animated GIF so that it could be used and viewed in e-mails directly on all devices.
Below a YouTube video presentation of 10 animated greeting cards for various occasions. I had the pleasure of inventing and designing this series of animated greeting cards for client 1&1 Mail & Media GmbH for GMX, Web.de, Mail.com Germany via the agency dieKLEINERT.de
The topics that were presented to me in the briefing were: Happy Birthday, I’m Sorry, Thank You, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Get Well Soon, Happy New Year and Thank You!
(with YouTube Video Radio Interview with Mascot Designer Ian Marsden)
I n 2002 I was contacted by the organization for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in the renowned pristine alpine resort town of St. Moritz, Switzerland. I was informed, that I had been chosen as the designer and illustrator to create the official mascot for the event.
Creative Together! Connected Ink 21-hour Drawing Party
Celsys is pleased to announce the Creative Together! Connected Ink 21-hour Drawing Party at Wacom’s Connected Ink, one of the world’s most advanced digital pen & stationery events.
Drawing LIVE, Tuesday November 17, 2020 from 20:00 to 21:30 (CET) on the Theme: THE CITY AT NIGHT, Ian David Marsden (France) will be drawing on his Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD Touch in Clip Studio Paint software.
Clean and clear line-art illustrations intended to explain how to prepare and use Henkel cleaning products (Bref, General) and their effects and lasting protection in the kitchen, bathroom and toilet. The artwork needed to be understood without words / language independent.