Benjamin Hall has been a professional illustrator since 2000. He has worked as a concept artist on the computer game American McGee's Alice and illustrated the covers and interiors of several comic books including a years run on Knights of the Dinnner Table:Everknights, the Dead@17: Protectorate mini-series and several other short stories and anthologies.
Benjamin Hall - Comic Artist
Martin Abel - Pin Up Girls and magazine illustrations
Worked for Ralph Magazine, Picture Magazine, Picture PREMIUM magazine, Official Xbox Magazine, Funrise Toy Corporation and more...
Martin is more well known for his 'magically dark' pin up girl illustrations. Martin Abel also works in the comic book industry, currently involved in a few projects with Viper Comics.
| Monday, August 21, 2006 | Label: cartoon girls |
Shane Glines - Illustrator and animation designer
Shane Glines worked for Spumco (Batman, Superman, Kim Possible, Samurai Jack), Warner Bros. Animation (Superman, Batman, Batman Beyond, Justice League), Cartoon Network Samurai Jack, Walt Disney Television (Kim Possible - Character Designs)
His unique style has made him one of todays best designers.
| Sunday, August 13, 2006 | Label: modern pin up |
Anjin - illustrator, modern pin up girls
Known for digital paintings with strong colors and striking textures, Anjin has been active in the internet art scene for over three years. Anjin considers digital painting the new frontier in the rapidly evolving world of art. He prefers the digital medium to traditional materials because the computer’s "palette" offers an almost incomprehensible freedom for experimentation. Indeed, the digital medium allows Anjin to explore the boundaries of his imagination in a way that other materials simply could not hope to allow. Moving back and forth from a sophisticated painterly style to a vibrant and clean comic-inspired approach, Anjin seeks to create art that does not call attention to its digital origin. Evoking the spirit of the "pin-up girl" and classic portraiture, Anjin’s work offers digital age takes on familiar subject matter
| Friday, August 11, 2006 | Label: illustration |
Denis Goulet - artist from Canada
Denis Goulet is now the webmaster of the official Pif Gadget website. He is also a regular contributor to the Canadian magazine Safarir. Goulet works as an illustrator for magazines, juvenile literature, advertisements and school books. He made his comic album debut in 2004, with the series 'Les Commerciaux' at Bamboo publishers (text by Plumeri and Boitell).
More info and pics:
Scott Tolleson - cartoon artist
Scott Tolleson is currently employed with The Walt Disney Company. He has worked for "The Mouse" since 1998 as a full-time Graphic Design Artisan for the Entertainment Art Dept. based in Anaheim, CA. He has designed logos, worked on concept artwork for various Disney parades, designed signage for special events and movie premiere venues, as well as create artwork for other various projects. Scott also works on many freelance projects during his free time.
Some artists that inspire Scott include Glenn Barr, Dean Yeagle, Shane Glines, Phil Noto, and Joe Chiodo, to name a few. Scott is an avid sci-fi and animation fan. He enjoys zombie flicks, Gerry Anderson's Supermarionation, and comics