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Tim Durning Lends Fantasy Scenes a Quiet Beauty [Art]
Fantasy sequences can lend themselves to a sense of clutter, of swords clashing over battle cries, of crowds of grumbling monsters, of nefarious creatures scuttling through the woodwork. Tim Durning sometimes portrays that mystical chaos, but he also finds the quieter moments in his fantasy illustra…
Katie Turner Draws Cute Boys and Fashionable Heroes [Art]
Katie Turner's illustrations are the grown-up versions of the doodles we all made in the margins of our school notebooks. Her deceptively simple characters, with their almond-shaped eyes and squiggly noses, stand in carefully blocked scenes, their hair and clothes revealing as much about their …
Bunka Bathes Heroes, Villains and Monkeys in Shadow [Art]
Batman may be the hero we associate most with darkness, but these illustrations by Bunka, a.k.a. Yann Le Nevé, show that a well-placed shadow can lend any character a touch of menace. DC superfolks, Marvel characters and Ninja Turtles all feel the weight of Bunka's mighty blacks, but so do his own c…

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