Lyn Martin

Lyn’s airbrush illustration can be seen in children’s books, posters, puzzles, cd covers, and educational materials. She works in all areas but specializes in the children’s market – particularly children’s books and educational textbooks.

Milan Kecman

Milan’s work draws from early influences in mythology, folk tales, and Aesop’s fables using frequent use of allegory and humor in his art. Most of his projects are for clients in the editorial and advertising markets ¬†and are created with scratchboard and color wash added digitally.

Suzette Barbier

Suzette creates whimsical illustrations for the editorial, advertising, and children’s publishing markets. Her art is created in various digital programs – Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Flash using her conceptual design skills.

Peter Lacalamita

Peter creates edgy digital illustration and animation for advertising, corporate, and publishing clients with a specialization in creating fun games for i-devices and the web. His programs of choice include 2D Photoshop, 3D Lightwave, Cinema4D, Unity3D, Silo2, Modo, and Web/OS game programming Unity3D. Recently he has created interactive worlds for new platforms such as the iPhone/Pad/Touch devices using Unity3D game engine.

Bruce McCorkindale

Bruce has a long background in comic book illustration as well as artwork for the advertising/editorial world. He has a strong sense of storytelling and has done a great deal of Flash animation, including story, art, voice work and music. His art is created with traditional media such as pencil/ink and then scanned into the computer for the finished work. Color work is done in Photoshop and logo/lettering work in Illustrator.