Indie Comic Artists You Should Know About

Comic Con kicks off this week and while the big guns are busy parading their wares in San Diego, we thought we'd shine a light on some of the seriously talented indie comic artists, illustrators, character designers, digital artists, storyboarders and background artists here on Redbubble.

Dazzamataz: Darren Lewis is a talented character and background designer and storyboard artist. He has worked on a number of well known computer games including Harry Potter, Star Wars and Doctor Who. His original work is pretty darn amazing too.

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Tim VigilTim Vigil’s main graphic novel Faust (with co-creator David Quinn) was adapted by Brian Yuzna as the movie Faust: Love of the Damned (2001). The followup Faust: Book of M was nominated for the 1999 Bram Stoker Award for Best Illustrated Narrative. Make sure you check out the large previews of these works. Amazing stuff.

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Nicolas Rix: All Nicolas Rix has ever wanted to do with his life is draw, draw and draw and, aside from playing Skyrim and scuba diving, that’s pretty much all he’s done since he was 5 years old. And all that practice shows. Nicolas creates beautiful characters and has some mad skills when it comes to color.

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Pete Katsiaounis: Pete Katsiaounis is a half-Greek, half-Irish Gent & illustrator born and raised in the East end of London. He now lives in Brighton by the sea. Pete’s skills include illustration, storyboarding, concept work and character design and he’s leant his skills to everything from album cover art to packaging. He tries to spend at least an hour drawing every day.

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Kim Feigenbaum: Kim hails from Atlanta and is hugely inspired by fantasy literature and mythology. She likes to mix things up so many of her finished pieces contain graphite, watercolor, colored pencil and digital elements. Most of her sketches, however, are almost entirely graphite. She shares some amazing work in progress and concept sketches on her blog.

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Simon Sherry: Raised on a diet of Doctor Who, Tolkien, Dungeons & Dragons and comic books, Simon Sherry has been making monsters from the moment he could put a crayon to a flat surface. His portfolio is both seriously scary and seriously awesome.

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Aleksi Rokka: Aleksi is a digital artist, illustrator and character designer hailing from Finland. He has a soft spot for crazy monsters, critters, robots and video games. By day he’s a trainee games artist and by night he creates beautiful, inspired digital landscapes like these.

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Ethan Harris: Ethan Harris has been dreaming of fantastic worlds since he was young. He uses both traditional and digital techniques and aims to convey what he sees in his mind. If these works are anything to go by, Ethan’s mind is a vibrantly beautiful but sometimes unnerving place.

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Mauricio Pommella: Mauricio Pommella is a senior art director who has worked for clients including Quicksilver, Nintendo, Roxy, Lufthansa and Microsoft. His skills cover illustration, graphic design and web and he has collaborated on comics and graphic novels as a way to improve his storytelling skills. These pages are extracted from his short comic book story entitled “Savings Account”.

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Plumpoyster: Plumpoyster is the brainchild of Benjamin Constantine, a comic-book artist and painter from Brisbane, Australia. His characters are instantly recognisable and his linework is luscious. Benjamin has published a series of comic books and his work has appeared in zines and publications too numerous to list here. He also shares sketches and works in progress on his tumblr.

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Matthew Dunn: Matthew has worked on a number of film productions, focusing on pre-production artwork and storyboards. In recent years he has been working regularly on album art and design for the Mascot Label Group and Clearview Records. He has also built up a large collection of t-shirt designs, many featuring his trademark character “Leroy”, a gas-masked individual who originally appeared in the graphic novel Lonely Monsters.

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As with all the collections we compile, this is just the tip of the iceberg so we encourage you to please point us towards your favorites in the comments below this post. You can show your support for these guys by commenting on or favoriting their work, or (if you’re particularly awe-struck) purchasing something to stick on your body, iPhone or walls.