Alakotila makes comics and art, and on occasion, games. Their current focus is the fantasy webcomic "Spidersilk," though more stories may be found here. Recent publications include volume 2 of Spidersilk and a coloring book featuring women in armor. They freelance in games as a colorist and environment/ background artist, as well as freelance in comics as a copy editor. Thinks about wearing armor a lot. Probably drawing elves.
Anthea West lives in the mountains in Ireland somewhere. No one's quite sure when she's coming down or if she actually exists. Could be just a bunch of sheep in a coat, who knows?
This possible-sheep runs the website Dustbunny-Studios where you can find all her links, artwork and projects, such her award winner graphic novel The Earthbound God and her ongoing series Fate.
Becca Hillburn (Nattosoup) is a powerhouse of comics and art education. You can check out her all-ages comic, 7" Kara, or enjoy her art-education resources at the Nattosoup Art & Process Blog, How To Be a Con Artist, and on Youtube. You can also check out her online portfolio.
Cali is a tiny artist that mostly does art as a hobby, and is the creator of Chronicles of Fenaur (and two other comics; Psychteria and Hunter of Fenaur).
She's a big anime fan and likes trying to bring her characters to life.
Draco Plato is a full time artist and comic creator with a BA in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics, who is also the founder of StArt Faire and KhyatiX. They have a passion for webcomics and the webcomic community and hope to see the community continue to grow in years to come.
Elaine is a full time artist, part time teacher living in Japan, married and raising two wiggly cats. With a body of work consisting mostly of webcomics (Peter Pan, Tales of a Gaijin, Bellanaris, Licensed Heroes, Princess Retribution, etc.), Elaine also does freelance work (such as being the lineartist for Ododon Games Company). When not planning new stories, Elaine enjoys food, video games, reading, and attending far too many Sailor Moon events.
Hame is a full time UI/UX Designer, an illustrator and draws the webcomic Somewhere in the Rain on her (scarce) free time. She has a thing for watercolours illustrations and randomly sharing art resources through Twitter or Discord.
KaiJu is a two-headed monster with a passion for creating worlds rather than destroying them.
They were first published in Sparkler Monthly in April of 2014 with their debut work "The Ring of Saturn." Their next work "Mahou Josei Chimaka," won a DINKy award in March of 2016.
"Inhabitant of Another Planet," a prequel to Novae and all the previously listed stories can be found on Sparkler.
Leanna C is an illustrator and comic artist originally from Southern California. She loves cats, coffee, and comics, preferably all at once. You can usually find her drawing, encouraging other creative people, reading a book, or listening to a podcast.
Mharz is a freelance illustrator who has worked in the animation industry for three years before shifting to creating comics. Her current projects are The Angel with Black Wings, The Robonoid Fan, and various illustrations. She also shares some drawing tips based from her experience in animation.
Michelle is a Los Angeles-based story artist who creates the cyberpunk mystery comic Centralia 2050. She loves video games, crafting, and animals, and is in an endless fashion struggle between wearing pastels+flowers or all black+skulls.
Shoona Browning is a cartoonist and illustrator who makes all ages comics with a focus on middle grade and young adult stories. They hope to create colorful and lively works that make people feel good and avoid punching down.