Hi, Phil probably is the best person to answer you this question. However if I were you I would research painters work, observe why you like it, what techniques he uses, what themes and topics he/she paints. Does he paints extrerior or interior? process of his work? what genre? Imagine that you are researching a traditional painter, that might help you as a guidance? (:
Hey Julia - essentially, Ernesta is absolutely right: I want you to RESEARCH a concept artist in depth - their influences, who they've influenced, the projects they've worked on, their medium etc. a proper profile of a concept artist. Get digging! :)
Ah! I understand now! Ernesta, or Phil, got any examples - of how to lay it out because I have no idea where to go from their name and there photo...When I researched last year we only needed there name, birth, examples of there work and why we picked it and how it relates to the course and thats pretty much it.? And what if that sort of information can't be located - or unknown? Should I just dig until I hit bedrock? (Minecraft reference :) )
Just research everywhere, make sure the courses you are using are quite reliable (books, published articles rather than blog comments). Wikipedia is a good start for a research, however never reference it, just because you never know who had written the article. However Wikipedia has references itself, it's absolutely worth checking them out. They usually lead to some good books, that can be very good resources for your research. Reserch, utill you think you find something interesting and useful.