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.
Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota are the critically acclaimed and award winning creators behind Johnny Wander. The duo have released award winning collections of their autobiographical work, Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us (978-1620103838, Oni Press) and fiction work, Lucky Penny (978-1620102879, Oni Press). Their current focus is BARBAROUS a comedy drama involving magic and monster men.
Ngozi Ukazu is the creator of Check, Please!, an online graphic novel whose printing campaign remains the most funded webcomics Kickstarter ever. She graduated from Yale University in 2013 with a degree in Computing and The Arts, and received a masters in Sequential Art in 2015. She lives in Austin, Texas.
Ru Xu is the creator of the graphic novel series NewsPrints as well as Saint for Rent, a webcomic about inns for time travelers. Her non-storytelling-specific personal interests include historical fiction, coffee-flavored ice cream, and fat birds.
A fan of horror and anything brightly colored, Tess Stone has worked his best to slam the two together in any means possible. A writer and artist, he’s drawn to anything character-driven, typography... and also monsters. His main work is the horror-comedy Not Drunk Enough, but he also makes time for some saucy ghost hunter love in Seen Nothing Yet! He’s also worked on incredible books like Buzz! and enjoys doing lettering on projects like Real Science Adventures, Check Please!, and The Adventure Zone graphic novels.
Atomic Robo follows the Eisner-nominated adventures and life story of the atomic robot that Nikola Tesla built in 1923 and raised as his son. There's talking dinosaurs, angry A.I., military conspiracies, and sometimes an explosion. Each story arc is self-contained, so you can hop in and read whatever genre suits you!