OG presents: Artists Alley 12/30/17
Hello fellow geeks! I bet you are like me, as in when you were younger, reading a comic book, you appreciated the art as well as the writing. So I thought to myself, “What I, as Editor in Chief, could do to help out those struggling artists that get overlooked”. *Click light bulb*. We are doing a weekly segment called artists alley, where we put up a few artists to help get them out in front of people. We have full authorization to publish these pictures as the artists were contacted beforehand.
Well, without further ado…
Goz Mosis. This artist recently came to our attention through friends of friends in one of the Facebook groups The Collectors Corner. He has shown a great use of darker tones and use of negative space. Here are some of his most recent pieces:
If you’re interested in Goz’s works, and would like to talk to him about his work, check him out over at his Facebook page.
Next we have James Burton, artist over at Angry Brain Studios. Another friend that was found through Facebook in the Indie Comics Conspiracy group. His style is reminiscent of early Indy press creators like Gilbert Sheltons ‘The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers’, or even Richard Corbens ‘Den’.
If you’re interested in Jame’s works, and would like to talk to him about his work, check him out over at Angry Brain Studios
Another great artist is Adam Fields from Midnight 27 Studios. His styles range from photo-realistis, to modern comic art.
Gomcheckmout more of his work at Midnight 27 Studios.
Next up is Kyrun Silva, creator/owner of Big Tree Comics. He has a team of creators working on titles like ‘ Whyte & Wong’, ‘Joshuan Somewhere’, and Shamans Destiny…
You can check out Kyrun and Big Tree Comics right here.
Johnnie Johnson is a independent artist just now jumping on people’s radars. He has a growing fan base due to a wide variety of styles, from photo-realism, to comics, to cartoons.
Gregory Leonard is an up an coming artist thst I have seen posted on a few geeks threads. He can go from a Kirby-esque to a photorealistic style, and each are very cool.
If you’d like to reach out to Gregory, go check out his Facebook page.
And the last on our list is Caesar Leo Crawford, owner/creator Revil Comics. He’s done some very creative solo work, as well as intriguiging books such as M. U. D. Murdock Undead Detective, The Ominous Adventures of Poppi & Poe, and the upcoming Cursanova.
That’s it for our inaugural Artists Alley post. If you, or someone you know, would like to be included in a future Artists Alley post, comment a pic and link. We love all forms of artwork!
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