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  1. In Their Own Words – Jameela Wahlgren

    Welcome loungers! We’re kicking off November with the launch of an exciting new feature – ‘In Their Own Words’. For this regular slot, we’re inviting illustrators from across the globe to share their creative journey and inspirations. Our first ITOW post was written by US-based illustrator, Jameela Wahlgren.

  2. Mindy Lee

    Mindy Lee is a Concept Artist based in Los Angeles, California. Her portfolio is packed full of with lively inked sketches. She has an entire blog dedicated to them called Mindy Doodles.

  3. Don Shank

    Don Shank is an Annie and Emmy awards winning animator. Pleasantly planted in California, he is currently working at Pixar Animation Studios. Shank studied animation at the renowned CalArts. Whose alumni include fellow Pixar patriots, John Lasseter, Brad Bird, and Pete Docter, to name but a few.

  4. Vera Brosgol

    Storyboard and comic artist Vera Brosgol was born in Moscow, but has lived in the United States since the age of five. She contributed to 3 volumes the Flight anthologies and gained broad recognition with her first graphic novel, Anya’s Ghost. Published in 2011 by First Second Books, it won Brosgol an Will Eisner award in Best Publication for Teens.

  5. Proko TV by Stan Prokopenko

    Proko is a very inspiring resource of instructional videos by artist Stan Prokopenko. I have been watching heaps of it lately. Each video is filled with tips playfully presented by Mr. Prokopenko. Overall they serve as a great introduction to life drawing, and an encouragement to keep practising the fundamentals. What are you waiting for? Go subscribe to his YouTube Channel now!

  6. Patrick Leger

    I stumbled on Patrick Leger’s work a short while ago through the excellent promotional illustrations he created for Adult Swim’s Venture Bros.. As well as Turner Broadcasting, some of his other client’s include The New York Times, Esquire, Harper Collins, GQ and Google, but that’s not even half of the big names he has worked with. With a portfolio full of thoughtful, well composed and attention-grabbing pieces, I am not one bit surprised he is in such great demand. I do love his muted palette, and I am a patsy for his retro halftones effect. You can find more of Patrick Leger’s work on his website.

  7. Wilfredo Torres

    I am slightly ashamed to say I have only recently discovered the talents of Wilfredo Torres. Worse still I only stumbled upon him though his Instagram, and not by picking up an issue of his current run on The Shadow: Year One. A mistake I will be rectifying this weekend. Mr. Torres has been working in comics since 2008, his previous titles including Salem: Queen of Thorns, Creepy, and Lobster Johnson.