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Kyle Latino is a member of our group, and I’m not afraid to say one of our most talented friends. The reason I’m posting about it is because Kyle has just announced that he is now doing comics FULL TIME. Which is awesome. Our group mostly consists of professional artists and illustrators that happen to have other full time jobs. Kyle is now making comics his full time job and I am JEALOUS.
He is accepting commissions in addition to being active on several projects. Kyle has done coloring work for Johnny Recon #2 over at POPGUNPULP, and is currently working on a project called Black Cobra. And excuse the punny title for this post. It’s because Kyle is launching a new webcomic titled the Neptonian soon, which is obviously filled with underwater adventure, hence, diving in. Check out the previews here! So head on over to Kyle’s site and check out this guy’s work, which I greatly admire. While you’re there, order a commission!
I forgot to mention! You can also find some of Kyle’s artwork in our group’s new comic anthology: Welcome to Indiana. Available for sale right here!
It’s hard to sum up our art show happening April 23rd at Local’s Only Art and Music Pub. There’s so much going on at this event. We of the Indy Webcomics Group are releasing our anthology, a collection of comic art and short stories entitled: Welcome to Indiana. The show also launches our display of comics and art which will stay up at Local’s Only through the end of May.
Lady Lenore Evermore and The Creme De Les Femmes Burlesque troupe will be hosting a Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School event, anyone can participate in. The Femmes models will be dressed in super hero garb, and prizes will be given out, donated by Hero House Comics.
The show will be $6 at the door. Free goody bags will be given to attendees courtesy of Hero House Comics.
This kind of event is a first for us but most likely not a last. There’s something in the mindset of local artists and local musicians that both groups share in common. They occupy overlapping circles of creative energy and interests. The combination of the two, with live art models and costumes and prizes is a no-brainer.
For more information, contact our group organizers.