I first met Kit Seaton at Swarm Con. She’s a faculty member at the Savannah College of Art and Design teaching the art of comics, and she was one of the coolest people I met at the con.
And I’m not just saying that because she made art of Charlie Chaplin and Groucho Marx.
…Ok maybe that’s a bit true. But she’s still a fabulous artist.
I love textured brushes in digital art, and Seaton’s work is full of colorful, vibrant examples of that.
At the con, I got a copy of a comic she collaborated on, called “Otto the Odd and the Dragon King.” It’s a tale of a prince (who hates baths) that befriends the local dragon and needs to use his wits to save him from a knight. It’s charming, fun, and self-contained. Definitely worth a read.
Little did I know, she actually collaborates with her sister on a webcomic called “The Black Bull of Norroway“. I haven’t read it yet, but now it’s on my list. It’s based on a fairy tale and I love me some obscurer fairy tales.
You can find more of her whimsical, charming work on Tumblr.
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