1. Pale Horse

    Behold, a Pale Horse in Florida. Pale Horse is a design studio located in Downtown St. Petersburg run by illustrator and graphic artist, Chris Parks. Pale Horse has worked with companies including Nike, WWE, Hasbro, Harley Davidson, Red Bull, World of Warcraft, Penguin Books, Wired Magazine and DC Comics.

  2. Jacob McAlister

    Jacob McAlister is a freelance Illustrator, Teacher, Actor and Singer (no, seriously). He has become most known for his geek culture artwork, drawing from pop cult favourites like Star Wars, Disney, and Studio Ghibli.

  3. Paolo Rivera

    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.

  4. Chicken or the Egg by Kimwu Productions

    The Chicken or the Egg is a very cute short from Ringling College of Art and Design students, Christine Kim and Elaine Wu. I was taken back by the amount of talent these two students already have. There’s no prizes for guessing Chicken or the Egg has already won an award, as well as been screened at a bunch of film festivals.

  5. Natalie Hall

    I really like the sketches on Natalie Hall’s blog. Her loose lines are a real joy to the eyes. Her animal sketches are beautiful, full of brush textures and great outlines. There is a lot (and I mean a lot) of excellent work over on her blog. It was lovely to go through and see the progression; you can definitely see improvements in her latest work. It seems more fluid and natural, though her older work is still beautiful. I think I’ll head off and start drawing now…