Margie Vizcarra Cox
I have been in front of a camera for years as a costume designer and model. I've been in several comic magazines like Wizard and Brazilian comic magazine Mundo dos Super-Herois, as well as many big geek outlet websites like Robot Chicken, Marvel.com, Wonder of Wonders forum, Agents of Geek, Geek Tyrant, etc.
I love fashion, costumes, pin-up, and I've character acted Wonder Woman and other comic characters for years!
You may be asking yourself, what is Cos-Play? Well the term is a contraction of the words costume play, is a performance art in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character. But there is a little more to it then that. It's an art form, its not just fans dressing up in costumes, its more then that.
Becki Watts, Kindra & many more...
Reilly Brown & more...
Use of the term to describe writers, for example, is valid, but less common, and mostly restricted to contexts like criticism. Define differentiate, but art is a little more then this describes, to me its more then just about style or making money from your art. Artist Alley is a symbol of all that is wonderful and alive in the industry and these artist can give you some insight into the meaning of art. So please join us in discussion.
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Writer/Creator of smash hit comic series "Woe is Oz" (recently inducted into the "All Things Oz" Museum in Chittenango, NY).
Ethan specializes in integrated copywriting and has an expansive background working for NBC Universal television and movie properties. He is currently freelance, some of his more notable creative projects can be seen presently in SyFy Network's promotional campaigns, commercials, ad copy, scripts, and much more.
With a strong Marketing and publishing background, and a history of extensive creative writing, Ethan is always looking for new and exciting projects to sink his teeth into.
Scott Zambelli is a self taught artist who started his career with an animation company based in Michigan. During his time there, Scott learned the ropes of the industry and got to work on many animated projects for local TV advertisements. His crowning acheivement was being assigned to the Detroit Pistons project the company recently received. In this project Scott created the designed the character, as well as animated all the scoreboard animations featuring his creation. Since then, the Detroit Pistons replaced the mascot when they gave the team's image a complete makeover with new uniforms and slogan
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, John was self taught up until college, where he attended School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, NY. There he recieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Animation. He interned for B3 Pictures while still a senior but quickly turned to his first love, comic books. His first break came when he met William Tucci (Shi, Heroes for Hire). Tucci hired John on as penciller for the one shot book, Zombie Sama!, which became John's first published work. Since then John has worked for a few animation studios, including Greenhead Media, amongst other freelance jobs. He is currently working on a couple of projects in the comic book field and is scheduled to write the sequel to Zombie Sama, his first writing gig.
Axel Giménez is an Argentine comic book artist, who has worked on several US comic books. He started out as the assistant of Eduardo Risso, and did his first professional work in 1997, as a penciller for 'Magnus Robot Fighter' by Acclaim Comics. He then worked on several animation projects and for comic books for American indie publishers. These included 'Magnitude' for Ape Comics and 'Valhalla Cindermane' for Enemy Transmission. He has worked as a pencil artist for DC Comics since 2011, and has drawn for such titles as 'Action Comics', 'Injustice: Gods Among Us', 'Smallville Season 11' and 'Masters of the Universe'. His regular inker is Diana Egea.
Creatures & Characters creates original illustration and design work for a variety of clients. We have designed for toys, editorial, packaging, publishing, products, animation, apparal, and can provide you with exciting and unique final art in any format and optimized for your needs.
Timothy Young is the founder and Creative Director of Creatures & Characters LLC . He has over 30 years professional experience.
I love creative resonance and it's where I come alive. With a background in drawing, painting and design, its through photography and strong aesthetics that I seek to inspire, express a vision, a feeling, a state of being, a lifestyle or an experience. Originally from the mountains of Northern California, I currently reside in the city that has since become my muse, Portland Oregon.
Eric Armstrong is originally from Pittsburgh and now resides in Southern Maryland. The son of artist and jewelry designer Jack Armstrong and grandson of artist Twila Armstrong, being an artist was an inevitability. From a very young age he began exhibiting his creativity, coming in second in a state wide art contest at eight. Now he uses many outlets to satisfy his creative impulses, penciling art for comic books, painting, photography, computer graphics and last but not least screen writing
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What up! My name is Andrew Huerta, I'm a freelance/comic book artist, I've worked on many titles with publishers such as IDW Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment and BOOM! Studios. Creating comics over the years for other companies/publishers has been amazing, but it's come to the point where I need to make the comics in my head into reality.