Painter, sculptor, author, and digital artist, Duncan Eagleson’s art and illustration has been featured in magazines, on book covers and posters for films like Nightmare on Elm Street, Blademaster , and theatrical billboards for the Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Lamb's Theatre, and internationally renowned magician Jeff McBride. The Who, Phil Collins, Eric Clapton, Def Leppard, and many other rock groups have used his designs on their tour T-Shirts. His paintings and cover designs graced science fiction and horror paperbacks by authors like Fred Saberhagen, Graham Masterton, Les Daniels, and Robert E. Howard.
Eagleson will be best known to comics fans for his work on Neil Gaiman's Sandman, and his popular graphic novel adaptation of Anne Rice’s The Witching Hour, DC/Vertigo's Shade the Changing Man, and the Paradox Press "Big Books" series. His online graphic novel ArcMage was acclaimed as a breakthrough in webcomics, one of the first to put the HTML format to creative use, and his RailWalker series has been a hit on the web. He also co-scriptsed and illustrated Zen Karmicsfor the Engaged Zen Foundation's Prison Ministry. The artist's digital work has included web graphics and website design, as well as Flash animation and digital paintings and illustrations. To see more of his work, view his portfolio.
Eagleson’s award winning leather sculpture and masks are known throughout the world, and frequently appear in his collages and digital compositions. His masks and sculptures can be seen at maskmaker.com.
Ciaran Gaffney crash-landed on this planet in 1989. The initial panic was soon replaced by immense adoration for furry little whiskered things most people refer to as 'cats', and quickly made sure he acquired many of these for his very own. He lives in Vermont with his family and partner, surrounded by winter. He makes up for the inconvenient summers by drawing lots of wintry things. Inspired by the Golden Age illustrators and the writing of Cormac McCarthy, Ciaran attempts to weave sometimes-tragic scenes of snow and fleeting warmth through illustration and wordsmithery.
Contact Ciaran at firstname.lastname@example.org
Abigail had ambitions of becoming an opera singer and joining the circus whilst growing up, and although neither of those ended up working out too well, she still enjoys both.
She began drawing with ink and painting with watercolor. She has developed a taste for flat digital coloring, however, and only gets a craving for paint now and again.
Her inspirations change almost weekly, ranging from Edgar Allen Poe to Lewis Carroll to Dr. Seuss. Her greatest artistic influences have been Arthur Rackham, John William Waterhouse, and Edward Gorey.
Any spare time that's not spent basking in darkness or watching re-runs of The Addams Family, she is creating art for private clients, illustrating books, and spending time with her favorite long-leggity beasts, ghouls, ghosts and various other things that go bump in the night.
For more information or to see more of her works, check out her website .
You can also find her on the following: Facebook, MySpace, and deviantArt.
She also has a blog.
Keeper of one too many cats, Jade is a comic artist and illustrator who may or may not run entirely on chai tea and cupcakes. She is not a huge fan of digital art, though she's known to throw color around in Photoshop, but she prefers drawing entirely by hand with pencil and ink.
A nerd at heart, she has a love for history and science, particularly physics and astronomy, but she can't do a lick of math. When Jade isn't drawing, she's more than likely reading some book or another, and more than likely listening to music. Or, just as likely, she's busy wrangling her pets that are currently ruling her house.
Jade counts among her influences Glen Keane, Alessandro Barbucci, Jen Wang, Aubrey Beardsley, Kay Nielsen, and many other artists that she's come across and sometimes met through comics and the internet. She has one self-published comic called Maps and is always working on more comics and illustrations, while also trying to make a name for herself, somewhere (and ideally in a good way).
At the moment, Jade can only be found on deviantART.
Newtasty is: Illustration and design by Stevie Copter, based in Birmingham City, UK.
Award winning: Contributed to various award winning projects including the 2003 CIPD Design Awards for Codemasters and the 2009 Roses Design and Leipzig Awards with Fluid Design for Sega.
Clients include: Virgin, BBC, Capcom, X-Box, Levi's, Spinach Japan, Dazed & Confused, Esquire, Sega, Graniph, Nokia, Lascivious, Channel 4 and many others.
At the weekend? Runs weekly underground music event and record label ColdRice, is one quarter of rock n' soul band Copter, is rumored to be related to messed-up punk blues duo Black Mekon, is a frequent flyer, and is one helluva plate spinner.
For more information, visit: www.newtasty.com
PL Nunn is a prolific writer and artist well-known with yaoi fans for representations of pretty boys in compromising positions, with characters from various anime and manga fandoms. Nunn's original artwork has graced the covers of numerous books, most notably for the gay fiction publisher Loose ID, and in a variety of other formats, including comics, calendars, bookmarks, and even in the form of a trading card name called Battling Bishonen.
Nunn has also written and published several fantasy novels including Bloodraven, Dynasty of Ghosts, and The Silver Mage series, as well as several beautiful collections of artwork.
For more information, visit Bishonenworks.
Tiny artist statement:
As an artist I am obsessed with capturing small, beautiful pieces of everyday life. My focus on figurative art attempts to describe the accidentally elegant gestures and poignant, transient beauty of the people around me. Every life is full of stories and armed with my pencils and brushes I try to find those stories and give them life on a canvas.
Siolo Thompson is a fine artist and editorial illustrator based in Seattle, WA. Her work is primarily figurative and narrative in nature. She loves overcast weather, experimental fiction and animals with short legs.
You can see more of her work at www.siolothompson.com