Category Archives: Comic Art

Ryan Snook Bringing Fun Characters to Editorial Illustration

Posted at 4 pm on July 16, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art

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The colour and fun in Canadian illustrator Ryan Snook’s work brings a bit of tongue in cheek to editorial illustration. His doe-eyed, charming characters are just as comfortable in the comics and children’s illustration he creates as in the sheets of a broadsheet.

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A Conversation with Tsach Weinberg about his New Digital Comic 'Needles and Dust'

Posted at 9 am on July 7, 2014 by

Posted in: Comic Art, Digital Illustration, Technology

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With the ever-growing prevalence of smart devices as a primary source of all-in-one entertainment, artists are developing new ways to present and publish their work.

We interview the creator of ‘Needles and Dust’, a new digital comic that takes advantage of new media platforms while also trying to stay true to the traditional format of a comic.

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Fun Character Design and Interactive Illustrations by Pinghua Chou

Posted at 9 pm on June 14, 2014 by

Posted in: Animation, Character Illustration, Comic Art

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Pinghua Chou is a an designer, illustrator and animator based in California. She creates beautifully polished Flash animations that include humorous, interactive pages that are as much fun to play around with as her illustrations are to look at.

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Humour and the Unexpected in Imaginative Illustrations by Sophie Alda

Posted at 8 pm on May 29, 2014 by

Posted in: Character Illustration, Comic Art, Mixed Media, Painting

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Dissolving faces and Ninja Turtles with runny noses are just a couple of the strange goings on in the highly imaginative world created by Sophie Alda. She definitely conjures up a place that’s a bit naughty, a bit cheeky, and always fun and unexpected.

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