Category: Painting
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    Aug 2014

    Scott C.

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    Scott Campbell, better known as Scott C., is an American artist and production designer. Mr C. began his career at LucasArts as concept artist, then went on to join Double Fine Productions as Art Director.

    In his spare time he paints, illustrates children’s book and also makes comics. His paintings have been showcase around the world. Many of them depict, what Mr C. calls “Great Showdowns”. The showdowns are often of cult favourites, and his ability to capture character likeness with such little detail is incredible. In keeping with his playful style, the showdowns are not actual showdowns per se, more like meetings, where the opposing parties stand and smile at one another. A more enjoyably interpretation of the term, there has not been.

    To see more of Scott C.’s work head over to his website.

  2. 19

    Aug 2014

    Cleon Peterson

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    Cleon Peterson is an LA based artist. His stark paintings depict a constant chaotic power struggle between broods of grotesque figures. In a bitter irony his dystopian landscapes have law breakers and law enforcers on equal footing, putting personal entitlement above morals.

    Mr Peterson’s work has been exhibited across America, Europe and Australia. His art is regularly featured in magazines, it graces walls, and the cover of Philip K Dick’s novel, The Man in the High Castle.

    You can see more of Mr Peterson’s artwork on his website. Yes, it is violent and on the unsettling side, you have been warned.

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    Aug 2014

    Manga Mondays ~ Joysuke Wong

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    Originally hailing from Hong Kong, Joy Wong is currently living in London, England. She is a digital illustrator working as a concept game artist and comic artist. Her elegant painted artwork accompanied Neil Druckman’s adventure tale, A Second Chance at Sarah.

    You can find more of Ms Wong’s illustrations on her devianArt and tumblr pages.

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    Aug 2014

    Paolo Rivera

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    Paolo Rivera is an American comic artist working for Marvel Comics. While still in high school, Mr Rivera met Jim Krueger at Megacon whom helped him get into the industry. His skilful oil painting, due to it’s time-consuming nature, is perfect for covers which he regularly works on. However from 2006 to 2008 Mr Rivera produced richly-painted interior and exterior artwork for the six issue one-shot Mythos. Mr Rivera has since worked as a penciler, inker, and colourist. In 2011 he penciled six issues of Mark Waid’s multiple award-wining Daredevil series.

    Paolo Rivera’s blog, The Self-Absorbing Man, is an absolute treat as it is filled with behind the scenes to Rivera’s creative process and artist advice. Also check out Rivera’s YouTube page which has glorious videos of inking and colouring.

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    Jul 2014

    Anna Cattish

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    Cat Anett, or more commonly known as Anna Cattish, is an illustrator and animator from Russia. Cattish was part of the Honkfu art collective that produced the motion comic JAM. She has also contributed to the upcoming book, Masters of Anatomy. Her art style is simultaneously cute and edgy with many of her characters exuding attitude. Cattish illustrates in a variety of mediums, predominately colouring digitally, recently however has been producing some really beautiful gauche pieces.

    Anna Cattish can be found on multiple websites including DeviantArt, Blogger, tumblr, but to keep up-to-date with her, it is probably best you follower her on Instagram and Facebook.

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