Articles tagged with: artist
Lar deSouza, the rather prolific artist of Least I Could Do and Looking For Group, let us sit down with him ‘in booth’ during Fan Expo this year. Despite almost constantly drawing and signing, something I gather he does all the time no matter where he is, he found the time to talk about the different approaches he takes for each of the webcomics he works on, and the value of trying to copy another artist’s style, not for the end result, but to figure out their process.
According to Comic Book Resources, fantasy artist Frank Frazetta has passed away at the age of 82. Frazetta’s artwork has graced album covers (including three Molly Hatchet covers), comics, movie posters and book covers over a decades long career. His single most recognizable work is probably that of The Death Dealer, a grim dark figure perched on an equally foreboding horse, which was used for Molly Hatchet’s eponymous debut album.
What I personally found appealing about Frazetta’s work is that he eschewed the conventional fantasy/science fiction wisdom of hyper-realism, …