Meet Adrammelech, keeper of the wardrobe and Beelzebreat’s advisor for Beelzebreast the animated series. Another amazing character designed for the series by animator Dru Shaw.
Don’t you wish you could draw like this? Watch the Korean artist Drawholic render a hyper realistic Pennywise the Dancing Clown (Bill Skarsgård), from the movie ‘It: Chapter One’ in Prismacolor pencil.
Would you like to see more speed drawing videos of Korean actors, movie and manga characters? Head on over to the Drawholic channel and peruse the immense collection of time-lapse drawing videos.
Check out Sergey Kolesov illustrate his personal work “Escape” in this amazing art inspiration video.
We had to mention Forming as one of the best graphic novels available for people from all over the world. Jesse Moynihan started posting it on his website from 2009, and today, you can find everything in two books and a third one that will come out soon as the final volume.
Forming is one of the most spectacular and colourful graphic novels I have read, with a great depth of characters and a vast story line.
Throughout the graphic novel Forming, you will enter the world of socio-religious postulation and great epic among Ancient Greek Titans, humanity and assassin droids as the metaphor for the reality that we live in. With humorous moments, we can see the distinction between the imaginary and real world and all things that we have to pass so that we can live on both sides, as artists and ordinary people.
You will enter in a different perspective of world and trilogy that will provide you the history of humanity with sci-fi moments and perfect sketches. However, the focus is set on the story and idea that Jesse wanted to present. Everything is set on Atlantis in the age of Ancient Egypt, where alien super is going to Earth to establish mining colony for his planet and father from planet Dogon.
However, his son doesn’t want to interfere with his father’s ambitions, and wants to keep the planet for himself. That is when the fun begins because we see lots of things that we know from history entirely altered by the idea of alien species. So, we get Mithras who wants to create pyramid fortress, and of course, finally, falls in love with human names Gaia.
We can see the combination of history and myth through the world of science-fiction where we can find the answers to questions that we are asking ourselves for years now. These solutions are in perfect order so that you can enjoy in it without any additional problem.
We won’t spoil you the excitement of reading this fantastic graphic novel; we just wanted to share with you the idealistic perspective of Jesse Moynihan.
We can only see what will happen in the final settlement.
Jesse has published three graphic novels:
1. Follow Me – It is a graphic novel that includes a 120-page journey on non-duality, meditations, reincarnation, lost friends, ultimate raps, communication breakdowns, early man, city violence, ego and free jazz. As he stated on his website, this particular novel is considered as one of the best graphic novels in the last few decades.
2. The Backwards Folding Mirror – It is the story of his life where you should follow different karmic observations of modern man through early ideas of nativity and creation.
3. Forming – The graphic novel that we are most interested in because he continues to update it on his website with lots of volumes. It received high critical attention and success on many levels.
Check his website and start reading, and you will be infected in a matter of minutes.
If you want to support Jesse’s comic creations there are two levels of Patreon subscriptions on his website that give you greater depth and insight into his work :
• $2 Patreon Level – If you choose this particular level, you will get access to his work in progress and lots of blogs relating to Forming, design sketches, thumbnails, notes, and essays that will help you understand the story better than before.
• $5 Patreon Level – If you choose this particular level you will get access to “The Temple” and “The Lodge” which is a blog that will provide you development and research of his Tarot deck. In the same time, you will get high-resolution PDF of every project that he created and wants to build.
As well as working on comics, Jesse is known for being a writer and storyboard artist on the animated television series Adventure Time and has released an animated short “Manly” exclusively through Cartoon Hangover.
Owen Davey is a Freelance Illustrator who has been working in the business since 2009. Owen works on anything and everything, from non-fiction picture books with Flying Eye Books to creating map illustrations for the popular app, Two Dots.
Rabbit’s Blood is a story about a society of two rival groups; sinister cloaked men and neutralist rabbits who have human-looking bodies that live underground.
Sarina Nihei is an award-winning animation director and illustrator living in Tokyo. Obsessed with Estonian animation while studying graphic design at Tama Art University in Tokyo, Nihei decided to pursue animation and moved to London to start a Master’s degree at the Royal College of Art. Her previous short film Small People With Hats has won prizes and been screened at festivals all over the world.
Interview with Robin Keijzer, an artist from Breda, the Netherlands. Robin Enjoys spending his days working on games, comics & role-play adventures. He develops his own projects such as Coffin Crushers, and is available as a freelance artist.
Coffin Crushers created by Robin Keijzer is a fun adventure comic, that follows a unit of vampire hunters who operate legendary Coffin Crushers. These War-Mechas have but one mission: To crack open the vampires vaults and tip the scales of this eternal war! Visit Kickstarter to support the campaign.
For a whole week he’s thought of nothing but the city. Skyscrapers towering over the busy streets. The streets littered with vehicles. He liked to imagine each person behind the wheel. Another life, another story. One of the many who clung to the dreams of the west coast, caught in the subtle urgency that hung in the air. And the tunnels… the burrowing tunnels bedecked with harrowing lights. Whenever he got the good stuff, he could hear the lights calling out to him.
“Hey!” a voice called. He thought it was the lights again. “Hey!” But then it hit him that he wasn’t quite that high. Not yet. Besides, the city was many miles away.
Pete found himself gazing out the window of the van, face pressed against the glass. Only minutes ago he’d been counting the trees along the side of the road. His body felt like lead. His hands heavy, his face numb. He tried to recall what pill he’d taken an hour ago, but the details eluded him. He wondered how Angel could bring herself to drive in the state that she was in.
“That’s the third time you’ve nodded off,” said Angel, watching him then the road, and then him again. The suburban streets opened up before them as if endless. A straight and aimless road, with infinite trees, still, under the Los Angeles sky. “I can’t believe he gave us the real keys. That fool really came through,”
Just last week, Pete was ready to turn himself in to the church and repent for a life of drugs and procrastination. And fornication, and a long list of other nonsense that he couldn’t quite recall. A few hours after his ‘enlightenment’, he’d decided to journey with Angel like he usually did. Only this time she had a plan for them to get ‘rich’ during all the commotion going on in the world. It had only just dawned on him: What if all that nonsense is true? What if the world would really end any day now?
“This shit again,” Angel wasn’t trying to hear it. “New Year’s Eve is long gone. Guess what? We’re still here. Bet those assholes who sold all their shit are feeling pretty dumb right about now. As for us…,” she stole a look at the back of the van. “I’d say we hit the fucking jackpot,”
Pete turned round to observe the heap in the back. Trinkets, old television sets, cellphones, toasters – the works. It wasn’t like they hit the lottery, but it was so much junk they were bound to make a killin’. Unless the world was really on the brink of the apocalypse. In that case, this whole operation would’ve been a colossal waste of time. Not to mention they’d both be going to hell boasting first class tickets. Pete tried not to think about it too much. Enjoying the drive was a much more constructive pastime.
“What about you, Pete? What do you say?”
He thought about it, “I’d say… we hit the fucking jackpot?”
“Ha! Course’ you would,”
Angel was a bright girl. Somehow, she was twice as bright when inebriated, high, or completely out her mind depending on the occasion. She was especially good at driving when NOT sober. She steered skillfully with one hand, while the other massaged the car door. Pete wasn’t sure what she was trying to accomplish, but he wasn’t going to worry about it.
“Do me a favor,” she said, peering over to the passenger side. Random cars streamed by in beams of light, as they burrowed deeper into the night. “Pass me those chips,”
Pete reached down to discover a bag of half eaten lays at his feet. He rattled his brain, trying to remember when and how they got there. He handed the bag to Katie.
When he returned his eyes to the street laid out before them, he saw it. “What’s that?”
“Not that – That!” That… was actually a human being. Stark naked, flailing at the intersection, only seconds away. Before they knew it, the man was in the middle of the road, signaling to them. Trying to tell them something. Pete could only think on this in hindsight. It was already too late.
There was a terrible screech. The world spun all around him. A tumultuous clatter consumed his ears and his mind. In the midst of the chaos he could see the naked man through his mind’s eye. Shouting. Signaling. Telling them something…
Interview with Thomas Howes (@nodosaurs) an illustrator that I first noticed on Instagram for his unique illustration style. He loves and draws his inspiration from fanart and is building up a collection to release a fanart zine. Read the full interview here and keep an eye out for his fallout based webcomic.