If you are new to Art Track, you may be wondering "What is Art Track?"
Art Track is the name of all the great programming that we do in Artist's Alley.
Each year we select artists to spotlight. Each Featured Artist will host art themed panels where you can benefit from their knowledge and experience on topics ranging from getting published to colorization and more.
For the past few years Artist's Alley has proudly carried out Artist's Alley Trading Cards, an activity for artists to trade samples of their art in a business card sized 3.5 in x 2 in format with each other. This activity is limited to artists.
There are more new and upcoming events in the works besides this that may allow different levels of participation for both artists and attendees.
Alan Evans is the creator and artist of the #1 wrestling webcomic, Rival Angels. Rival Angels began in 2007 and has become a hit with critics, fans and professionals having been nominated for such awards as Best Comic, Best Long Form and Best Character. In addition, he's done spot illustration work for several wrestling companies and flatting work for The Dreamer, DC, Hi-Fi Color Design, Digital Webbing and many other independent studios. He loves drawing backgrounds, likes riding his bike and is also a fan of characters with the name, “Alan.” Visit Alan online to check out his latest work, including Rival Angels at RivalAngels.com.
Lora Innes is the creator of The Dreamer, a historical fiction webcomic about a high school Bostonian named Bea Whaley who begins having dreams about the Revolutionary War. Every night the dream picks up where the last one left of, and it isn't long before Bea questions if these are just dreams… or if they're something more. Full of adventure, romance, and war, The Dreamer has grown a cult following online. The graphic novel collections are published by IDW Publishing. Lora also co-hosts the Paper Wings Podcast, a show about elevating the craft of making independent comics.
Karlen is a self-taught artist who has been drawing since elementary school and never stopped. Originally thinking that she'd be some sort of scientist someday, she had kept on drawing as a hobby while studying and working hard, until one day she decided she wasn't ever going to grow up after all and should just make art all the time. That's when she started creating artwork and exhibiting at her first convention in 2011. Karlen's work has appeared in an issue of Nintendo Accion (Spain), and other collaborative projects such as Midnight Phantasmagory and Hyrule Historia. Check out http://riotofinvention.com to see what Karlen's been up to.
Veteran artist Krazy Krow has been making webcomics for over 10 years. He's the writer behind Spinnerette, a comedy about a spider-powered superheroine. Previous works include Marilth, Krakow, and Charliehorse.