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xmas2015 artrage art by Mark Paulik

Artist Feature: Mark Paulik

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist. Mark Paulik is professional game illustrator from the USA. He specializes in animation, concept art, and UI design for everything from casual Facebook games to book illustration. Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? My name is Mark Paulik and I’m a professional illustrator who has been working in the Game Industry for over 10 years. I produce concepts, animation, game sprites and UI features for games (2D assets)...
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Eksplodera front cover by Jonas A Larsen

Artist Feature: Jonas A. Larsen (English/Norwegian)

Jonas A Larsen is an illustrator and cartoonist from Norway. We invited him to talk about his work and illustrating the children's book series "Explodera", written by Nina Bay. This interview is in both English and Norwegian.
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cardenal by Luis Mujsant

Artist Feature: Luis Mujsant (English/Spanish)

Luis Mujsant is a Mexican artist whose surreal art is inspired by science fiction and fantasy, and his experiments with a range of graphic design techniques.
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The Emperor by Paul Kercal 1

Artist Feature: Paul Kercal

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist Paul Kercal is digital art educator from the UK who uses ArtRage for personal and teaching purposes. He is a prolific experimenter of all art apps, devices and styles, dashing out quirky cartoons and new ideas in his personal life and as part of his digital art classes in schools and for events.Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? I'm... Hmm. I've been a super market trolley pusher, an office ...
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SkullPunkPrincess by Paige Fowler Sour Candy Arts

Artist Feature: Paige Fowler (Sour Candy Arts)

An Interview With An ArtRage Artist Paige Fowler (Sour Candy Arts) creates her own distinctive style flavoured with elements of gothic fantasy, manga and fandom.Who are you? What do you want the internet to know about you? You can say my artistic career began with nothing more than a scribble when I was 8 years old. To others it might have looked like aimless doodling, but to me, I saw the beginnings of a horse. For the next few years, I worked to ...
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