Q & A with Emma Winton

Emma Winton for Consequence of Change
How would you describe your work?
I would describe my work as vibrant and playful. I’m influenced by anything nature related, fashion trends with a hint of mid century. 
Can you give us some insight into your process for creating your artworks?
I usually start with sketching on paper, super rough drawings to get it down.  I’ll search for colours and start working on a colour pallet. I also love drawing in procreate which has now become my go to app for illustration! I’ll then combine the two and start creating! 
 Is there a typical day in the studio or is every day different?
Everyday has been a little different, I love that my days are never the same and I get to work on personal projects as well as business branding. I do try to get a walk in everyday to step away and be outdoors. I find this helps my creativity and productivity so much more. I have been going to get a chai in the morning from down the road. This has been a pretty constant part of my day. 
 What inspires you when you are creating your artworks?
Colour is a big one, if I find a colour that sparks an interest in me, I tend to start creating until I find an illustration that works best matched to that. If I continue to see particular shapes or objects that I’ve noticed more I begin to design these and then if it feels like something that could stick, I continue on.
 What would your dream project/collaboration be (apart from working with Consequence of Change!?
Ooh that’s a tough one, I’d love to work with another company that supports a better planet and our environment. Designing illustrations that help protect and advocate for animals would be amazing! 
Who are your favourite artists and why?
Ooh that’s a tough one, I’d love to work with another company that supports a better planet and our environment. Designing illustrations that help protect and advocate for animals would be amazing

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