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TODAY'S FEATURED POST

Creating Fantasy Characters with Todd Lockwood : Part 2


Muddy Colors

Last month we release Part 1 of a special 2 part demo with Illustrator/Author, Todd Lockwood. We are pleased to announce that not only is Part 2 of this fantastic demo,'Creating Fantasy Characters', now available in our store, but you can grab Part 1 and 2 together as a as a combo pack at a special discounted price! In Part 1, Todd takes us through his photoshoot, reference manipulation, underdrawing, and value study, all while…

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YESTERDAY’S POST


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Trojan Horse Was a Unicorn in Malta!


Gregory Manchess

October 9, 2019 - In a world of constant social media connection, face-to-face introductions and real-time sharing still can’t be beat. I’ve just returned from the seventh annual THU held this year under the crystalline blue skies of  Malta. If anyone ever thought that artists always work in private, huddled up in some out-of-the-way aerie, THU proved that thinking wrong. André Luis and his phenomenal team have a vision to pool working professionals from many fields together with aspiring artists and encourage them to talk and share. He gathered creatives from all over the world that flew onto the tiny island nation, literally a large limestone rock in the middle of the Mediterranean, to convene in the lovely town of Valetta for a 7-day event of presentations, lectures, tutorials, mentorships, demonstrations, portfolio reviews, dinners, parties, and just about any…

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