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30 Years of Dragonball tribute for


A short while ago I had the opportunity of being part of a 30th Anniversary of Dragon Ball Art Show at Q POP in Los Angeles, CA. My piece, ‘The Journey Begins’ was noticed by the fan-run website, I had the wonderful opportunity of having my illustration featured as the cover splash page for their fanzine, with the issue celebrating 30 years of Akira Toriyama’s legacy, Dragon Ball.

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Promoting PICASSOS – Violet Lemay


Violet Lemay has finished illustrating a wonderful 32-page unreleased children’s picture book called 100 Pablo Picassos for duopress – and is now doing the rounds by sharing the promotional experience to drum up a bit of hype. You can check out the former lecturer of self-promotion’s blog about it by following the external link. It’s part one, so there’s more to come. :)

We have a preview copy! Yay! Exciting.

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Illustrator… What? Comic by Vann Law


Among my close circle of family and friends, there are no illustrators or anyone working in the arts. The idea of illustrators working professionally with a contract is foreign. So, I figured I could try explaining briefly how it works, or at least how I’ve learnt to work using a comic of sorts, addressing a character who has never hired an illustrator before. The comic is vertical and long, so I had to chop it into parts. The Link below leads to the full comic.

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Japanese Yakuza, Work In Progress Graphic Novel


A sample from a personal project I am working on that is a work in progress. This piece features two characters from a graphic novel centered around the Japanese Yakuza, one of the largest crime syndicates in the world. Marker and Pen, 8.5″ x 11″ (216 mm x 279 mm)

External Link: Japanese Yakuza, Work In Progress Graphic Novel