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Stanley Lau or Artgerm, as some people know him, is an amazing digital artist from Hong Kong, currently living in Singapore. He is an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends, a digital art studio with clients like Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other heavy names in the entertainment and gaming industry. His ascension on the realm of design is one worth following. He started very humble on Deviant Art where he was soon recognized as a fast growing talent. Art of Stanley Lau | Gods of Art
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The best comics of the ’00s | Best Of The Decade | Comics Panel | ... The ’00s were a turbulent time for the comic-book business, as mainstream publishers like DC and Marvel suffered the sales declines affecting nearly all print-purveyors, while publishers of what used to be known as “alternative” comics saw some of their products hitting bestseller lists and turning up on the front page of The New York Times Book Review . Superheroes were more popular at the multiplex, but in terms of readership and buzz, the story of the decade was how a handful of high-profile non-genre books helped advance the medium’s standing in literary society. And there were other big stories over the past 10 years: the inroads made by online comics, the ascendancy of writers at “the big two,” the proliferation of outstanding archival collections of classic comics, and so on. Below, The A.V. Club ’s regular Comics Panel team tries to touch on all the above, via our picks for the 25 best comics of the decade and the five best archival projects.
So, you want to try comics, but are turned off by the history? You don’t want to memorize 60 years of X-Men characters, or why there have been four different versions of the Legion of Super-Heroes? Luckily, there are a ton of absolutely amazing graphic novels out there, that require no outside knowledge, just an open mind. Here are 27 graphic novels, perfect for someone new to the medium, presented in no particular order. Akiko
Fairy tales, we all grew up with them, read to us by parents as bedtime stories, and we enjoyed them so much that we can compare with the main characters. Often, we knew that the defeated about who is who, who’s won, whether good or evil. But there are only good characters in fairy tales, there are always and wickedness. Here’s something completely different. Imagine Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, like zombies or witches. Horror Fairytales | Crystal Kiss - Strange News and more...
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Ashley Wood: Part Comics Artist Part Machine | Septagon Studios Comic Blog:... Are you looking for inspiration? Do you want to see some amazing art? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Last week I spoke about one of my favourite graphic designers Tom Muller This week I’ll be talking about an awesome comics artist whose worked side by side with Tom Muller. His name is Ashley Wood. Now, this guy is no average JOE, his style resembles more of a contemporary artist as opposed to a comics artist.
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Hajime Sorayama Official | Robots + Gynoids In the late 1990's, Sorayama was approached by the Sony Corporation to design an organic robotic form. It became the famous "AIBO" dog, now in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and then Smithsonian Institute of Technology. Intrigued by the effects of light on various metallic surfaces, and always ready for challenges to his technique and imagination, he began to produce a series of female robotic figures in the late 1970¹s; anatomically correct in form, but appearing to have been fashioned of molten silver. The term "sexy robot" was coined to describe them. The term "Gynoids" was created by the female British SF writer, Gwyneth Jones, and developed by another British writer, Richard Calder. The word is a combination of "droid" (greek "in the image of") and "gyn" (greek "woman").These female cyborgs of Sorayama combine elements both human and mechanical.
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