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, Alan Evans has 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.
First cooked up in 1999 and served up in webcomic form since 2005, The Draconia Chronicles combines epic fantasy, heavy drama, fierce action, and the occasional laugh, wrapped up in a sexy anthropomorphic package with just a twist of manga flavoring. Locked into what appears to be a stalemate, races of Dragons and Tigers fight each other in a centuries-old war with a long-forgotten cause, all while trying to keep order within their own respective camps.
Danny Valentini, known online by his nom de plume "RazorFox," is a mostly self-taught cartoonist. Starting off as a writer in 1994, his repeated efforts to find artists to illustrate his comics were largely in vain. Thus, out of frustration, on a spring night in 1995 he picked up a pencil and decided to see what he could do himself. Today, he writes and illustrates The Draconia Chronicles, and while this takes up the bulk of his time, he occasionally dabbles in other side projects. Throughout the years, RazorFox's work has been published by such companies as White Lightning Productions, Antarctic Press, Shanda Fantasy Arts, and Angry Viking Press. The Draconia Chronicles appears in weekly installments at draconia.katbox.net.
Michael Terracciano spent the last decade working on the fantasy webcomic, "Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire." Now he's planning to spend the next galactic year as the writer for the sci-fi superhero space adventure, "Star Power!" Alongside the extremely talented Garth Graham, he hopes to make superpowers fun again, and wants to showcase the wonder and beauty of the cosmos. Check out either www.dominic-deegan.com or www.starpowercomic.com to see what Mookie has been up to!
Some say that Dave Lister is made of Legos. This is false. Composed mostly of coffee, Dave has learned to work without unnecessary things like sleep (though this may also be speculation, as he is often observed face-down on his laptop). Dave got his roots in the industry by accidentally creating the webcomic, Paradox Lost in early 2000. Though it was intended simply to be a means for Dave to polish his art and writing skills, its success led to the founding of Studio Nasu. Since then, Dave has written, illustrated, voice acted, and composed music for comics, magazines, retailers, video games, children's books, websites, radio stations, and one very small, mechanical narwhal (which may have resulted in saving the world from destruction at the hands of zombie guppies.)
Keep up to date with the latest games, animations, comics and other projects currently in the works at www.studionasu.com, including the recent successful Kickstarter campaign to fund and develop Crisis Heart Brawlers: Clash at Otakon! (The first official anime con video game!)