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Updated Section: Talent Spotlight

I used to have an artist of the month section on this site, but since then I’ve gotten more away from making comics, and into main publishing and public appearances.  During that time I’ve met some really amazing people.  There’s such a vast range of talent out there that deserves to have recognition.

That being said, sCrypt Publishing has always been about spreading the talent, so this new “Talent Spotlight” section will include many different people in an interview type form.

If you know of someone who you think should be on this list, please send me an email rickpipito@Hotmail.com  Stay tuned, as the first post is coming soon.  Oh, and you can still go back and see the past artists who were in the spotlight here.


Day 17: The Art Behind The Horror

artist collageToday I want to focus on the artists who I’ve had the pleasure and honor of working with.  These people, featured in my Artist of The Month spotlights, are not just super talented, but take passion in what they do.  What else is there to say other than this picture is only a small sample of how they brought my comic book spinoffs to life?

 

My novels are always my focus, but it is artists like these that make me enjoy doing the comics as well.  Click here to see more from them.  Of course, you can always purchase copies of the comics via the specified link on the right of the page.


Artist Of The Month January 2013: Ivy Duffy

Welcome to the new year, and as we bring it in, we also want to present our first artist of the month for 2013, Ivy Duffy!  As a child, Ivy was fascinated with many different art forms. Without any formal training, she taught herself the basics of traditional fine art, engraving and wood burning. Her most recent achievement was the opportunity to illustrate a story in sCrypt Comics’ third graphic novel, “Bones At Breakfast: In Case Of Werewolf”. The experience gained by illustrating this comic helped her expand her talent and realize, she wanted to prefect her skill with a more focused education in graphic illustration.

The majority of Ivy’s work is developed for her own fulfilment and the pleasure of friends and family, but she occasionally accepts commissioned pieces for gifts and tattoos. If interested in contacting Ivy, she can be reached by email at: Ivyduffy95@gmail.com

Here are some samples of her outstanding work.