French illustrator Bruno Mallart’s digital collages are fun and surrealistic. In his technique he uses a mixture of watercolor, gouache, and pencil. All on paper mounted on wood.
Creatures, critters, characters, and females encompass the artworks of talented artist/illustrator Chris Kisler. Drawing his own comics as a youngster before he could even read them, Chris Kisler began artistic studies at a relatively early age. With fun and daring often taking precedence over glory and riches, Chris Kisler has worked for a multitude of [...]
The whimsical style and bright colors of artist Dave Barnis animation designs caught our eye at the Florida Supercon a few weeks back and we sat down for a little Q & A to find out more about him. Dave Barnis was born in Meriden, CT, but spent most of his childhood in Southington, CT [...]
After coming across the drawings and paintings by Tanya Miller we had to find out what makes her tick, her inspirations and the story behind her superb surrealistic artworks. So we tracked her down to ask her some questions. When did you move from Russia to the United States? I was born in Khabarovsk, right [...]
Lane Bennion’s paintings are a study in composition, light and color. He transforms ordinary objects and locations into a window into time. Bennion studied at University of Utah where he mentored under artists David Dornan, Paul Davis, and Tony Smith. He later went on to graduate in Medical Illustration. Through the university’s art program he [...]
Like snapshots of a moment in time, Heather Sherman’s photos capture brief glimpses into the lives of the people she paints. The obvious use of white space guides you to focus intently on the subject matter.
Russian artist Sergey Kolesov aka Peleng produces some fantastic CG art.