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  1. Manga Mondays ~ Yishan Li

    Yishan Li is a professional UK/Chinese manga artist born in Tianjin, China and currently residing in London. Li has been published internationally including China, USA, France and the UK. Her first manga, New Start, was published by in 1999 and she currently working a series titled Les Contes du boudoir hanté with French publishers Delcourt. Li’s manga work utilises clean lines and open shapes with little texture, creating an airy page easy to quickly digest. You can see more of her work on her website and Deviant Art page.

  2. Manga Mondays ~ Yue Wang aka Sakimichan

    Yue Wang is a young Canadian artist with an astounding portfolio. Filled with beautifully rendered and detailed work that are unashamedly alluring. Her illustration style is a combination of vivid colours with unfettered brush movement. Every piece of Yue Wang’s work has equal level of skill and care. Be sure to check out more of her portfolio on deviantART.

  3. Jae Liu Wubao

    I really enjoyed looking through Jae Liu Wubao’s Deviant Art gallery. Her soft tones are simply beautiful and the watercolour technique is lovely. There are definite erotic undertones in a lot of her work, which I find intriguing. She is above all a great draftsman, with simple clean lines always picked out with perfection.

  4. Manga Mondays ~ Wangli Feimo

    Wangli Feimo has definitely got digital painting down to a fine art. Her illustrations seem to have a calmness to them, and her portfolio is filled with some truly stunning pieces. Check out more of her work on her deviantArt page.

  5. Jiangzi

    Jiangzi aka molybdenumgp03 is a Chinese Concept / Background artist. Phenomenal attention to detail and seemingly never ending expansive worlds, I love it.

  6. Nod Young

    Nod Young is an illustrator based in Beijing, China. He has just completed a design for the Fiat 500 following the theme of “life”. Nod uses his his contemporary take on Chinese traditional style to create his works, a nice mix of the old and the new. The design features a dragon “Spirit by Dragon” on one side and a tiger “Power by Tiger” on the other.