Thursday, February 3, 2011

New guests at Decepti-kon

Okay before I post this I have to say the Carly will be a "boss battle" during the beer pong tournament so don't forget to sign up.

Miss Carly is the artist, designer, seemstress and cosplay/gothic lolita model that is Carlyfornia. She attended the prestigeious FIDM Fashion Instatute in San Fransisco before launching her gothic lolita clothing line in 1999. Carlyfornia has won several awards for her fashion and cosplay designs (at Sac Anime too!) including being crowned Princess Ai by Tokyopop as well as being featured in their magazine and manga. Her graphic design and comic work begain in 1996 with a string of well selling caligraphy and how to draw books. Carlyfornia has since gone on to be a manga and graphic artist for Sakura Pens of Osaka, Pentel Arts of Tokyo, Golden Paints and General Pencil to name a few. She has taught art and sewing in various countries such as China, Japan, India, United Kingdom and here state side. In addition to her many artistic roles, she is also working as a costume and art director.

Jason Dube

Jason has been self-publishing under his comic book company Scattered Comics for almost 20 years. He has published titles such as Scattered, Panda Days, Caffeine Poisoned, and Waiting for Something to Happen. He has been putting out monthly webcomics which include the new Artist-themed comic “COMICS VS MANGA“, and branched out to releasing his titles to download on I-tunes. Jason also working as a fulltime freelance comicbook artist has worked as artist, colorist, typesetter and layout artist for several independent companies. (Companies include NEKO PRESS, BLUE WATER PRODUCTIONS, COMICBOOK DIVAS, and ZEPHID COMICS). He also runs Scattered Comics Studios and works with several other Artists to create comicbooks for clients. Locally, Jason Dube founded the SCCG (Sacramento Comicbook Creators Group) in which comic book artist, writers and creators can meet each week, share, motivate and support each other in their endeavors.

- Posted by Jazel Gonzalez

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