A. Richard Allen
Cecil Beaton
Sin Bozkurt
Harry Brockway
Chris Brown
Darren Coffield
Annabel Elgar
Slawka Gorna
Carolyn Gowdy
Ed Gray
Gris Grimly
Marcelle Hansellar
Lynn Hatzius
Alice Herrick
Aly Helyer

Susan Hiller
John Holder
Nick Jolly
Oleg Kantorovitch
Keeler & Tornero

Abigail Larson
John Lawrence
Clare Melinsky
A.M. Parkin
David Richardson
Kate Rolison
Paul Sakoilsky
Uwe Schramm
Chris Semtner
Theatre of Dolls
Eleanor Tomkins
EC Woodard
Florence Welby





Eleanor Tomkins

Eleanor Tomkins grew up an only child on a small farm next to a large wood in Derbyshire. She spent happy summer days playing in the fieds with her two dogs, Poppy and Minka as well as some odd imaginary characters. Indoors, Eleanor brought the characters to life, building them out of clay and Fimo, painting them and giving them as gifts.

School was generally uninspiring, however art and design classes provided the excitement and inspiration that left an everlasting impression on a young Miss Tomkins. Eleanor moved to Lincoln with her family and completed a National Diploma in Theatre Crafts, which led to her acceptance for a two year Higher National Diploma in Special Effect Make-up at The London College of Fashion. Here Eleanor excelled and passed projects with distinction, but after working as a make up artist for over a year Eleanor realised that this was not her true calling.

Luckily, whilst attending the make-up trade show in 2006, Eleanor enrolled on a brilliant monster making course, taught by the top Hollywood model maker, Jordu Shell. Jordu is a truly amazing model maker and was a fantastic teacher; his work definitely left its mark! This course, accompanied by a St Martin's mould making course taught by Nick Brooks, have given great strength to Eleanor's skills.

Eleanor now makes models for illustrators and animators.