Category Archives: Gallery
Six stunning versions of the Rocketeer rendered by Copic master Eric Canete. From his Essential Sequential bio: Eric is an illustrator and designer working in the animation and comic book industries. He was born in the Philippines and moved to the United States … Continue reading
Visit Copic artist Cat Staggs at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo, September 15th & 16th at the Los Angeles Convention Center! You can find Cat in booth #1531. Copic will be in booth #1443. Hope to see you there!
Escape into Ykano’s colorful worlds. Get inspired by the lustrous blends, vivid palettes and flowing, beautiful line work in their CopicColor gallery! If you like what you see, let them know on Twitter. Also, be sure to check out their … Continue reading
Terryl Whitlatch has worked with many major studios and effects houses as a highly sought after creature and concept designer. Clients include Industrial Light and Magic, Lucas Film Ltd., Pixar, Walt Disney Feature Animation, PDI, Entertainment Arts, LucasArts, Chronicle Books, … Continue reading
A friend of Dahlia’s got our attention earlier this year and told us it is our markers that make Dahlia’s art possible, and the artist’s creativity that makes the work magnificent. We checked out her work were intrigued by Dahlia’s use of markers with … Continue reading
These are works by artists we have featured at past Anime Expo conventions. They are all working artists in Japan and sponsored by Copic, but most don’t have a web presence. All works are used with permission.
Dan’s career began in print, creating illustrations for such companies as Marvel and DC Comics. After studying with Stan Green (Disney animator), Dan entered the world of animation working on two seasons of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, James Bond Jr. and episodes of … Continue reading
Our latest featured artist is Tracy Moore. He is a book maker and mixed-media journal artist living in Washington State. Our interview with Tracy is after the jump.
I met Traci Bautista in January of 2009 at a craft and hobby trade show and we spoke briefly about doing a feature on our website. I’ve finally gotten around to doing so and am happy that I did. Her work … Continue reading