Daniel is an illustrator and printmaker who creates very moody work. His pallet is often simple with limited colors and a lot of black. There is a gloomy haunted feel to his work. He uses imagery of broken down or deserted buildings or structures such as theme park rides and roller coasters. His work also appears gloomy because the setting is usually during the night or dusk, giving his work the faint glow of the moon or the setting sun. His work is successful in creating moods, and it is obvious in his work that lighting is important to him.
Tiago’s art speaks for itself. He is an awesome artist with a creative imagination and a great sense of humor. His work is very entertaining, detailed and, beautifully executed. He also has a great skill for caricatures and distorting images.
Admira is a wonderful comic book illustrator who has a strong understanding of composition and lighting. I love his clean and sharp images that have a commanding presence.
Arthur has created very busy work with a lot of beautiful line work. His use and understanding of line seemed to be important in his work, but he also focussed on a very limited color pallet of very earthy colors. Most of his work is based off of fairy tales such as Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, and Peter Pan. He has been dead for many years now, but his work will continue to live on.
Alex has a very interesting style where he uses a lot of washes and drips of color with a black outline to define his imagery. He uses bright, fun, inviting colors, but his imagery is often disturbing and creepy. His twisted imagination makes for very unique and creative body of work.
Todd is clearly inspired by mythology and fantasy which he portrays in his art. He is a big deal in the world of science fiction illustration, and it is clear why. His digital paintings are amazingly detailed and beautifully colored. He has a great sense of composition, light, and form and he is very good at what he does.
Shane creates very eerie, yet really interesting, graphite drawings on transparent paper. He then creates depth by layering his drawings so the bottom layers are faded creating space and depth. His imagery usually consists of tall lanky trees and some sort of industrial or man made structures or objects.