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What I didn´t learn in school


Jesper Ejsing

[caption id="attachment_48487" align="aligncenter" width="873"] Tooth and Nails[/caption] Dynamic drawings has always been a thing for me. I have been trying to push it as much as I could. When i started at the studio I am at; Pinligt Selskab, there was a lot of freelance illustrators that came from animation: I started my professional career as an illustrator doing colors for one of the: Kim Hagen. He was a really cool animator and he had…

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Inspiration : Becky Cloonan


Muddy Colors

November 16, 2019 - Becky Cloonan is an award-winning cartoonist and illustrator who started self-publishing mini comics in 1999. Since then she has gone on to work with Tokyopop, Vertigo, Dark Horse, Harper Collins, DC and Marvel, with editions of her work published in several countries around the world. Becky has won multiple Eisner Awards, and made comics history when she became the first female artist to draw Batman in his eponymous series, with Batman #12.   [gallery link="file" ids="48477,48478,48473,48467,48470,48479"] For those wanting to see more of Becky's work, check out her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beckycloonan/ And for the artists inspired by her work, you actually have an opportunity to study with Becky Cloonan, in person, next June at the IMC Workshop! More info here: https://www.artimc.org

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