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TODAY'S FEATURED POST

Sketchbook Affirmations


Vanessa Lemen

Well, my computer had a meltdown two days ago and is currently out of commission. Life always has interesting ways of giving us perspective, and right now, absolutely everything feels small in comparison to the much more dire global situation we are all finding ourselves in... Today, I share some sketchbook pages. I am humbled, being reminded by the circumstances that I have the privilege to use my phone here to post this, and here…

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Making Monsters with Justin Gerard


Muddy Colors

April 1, 2020 - Illustrator Justin Gerard demoed in front of a live audience at the Fantastic Arts Conference in March of 2020. Using suggestions from the audience, he created a completed original character, on the spot, with no planning whatsoever. Muddy Colors feels extremely fortunate to have secured the rights to this demo, so that we can offer it to all of you! This 3-hour recording captures Justin's entire demonstration, in real time, with no pre-planning or editing. This is an incredibly unique opportunity to gain insight into the actual day-to-day creative process of this brilliant illustrator as he creates a magical monster from imagination, all completely on the fly, warts and all! The first part of Justin's demo is his concepting phase. We're making these first 30 minutes of this demo available for free! Check out the…

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