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    Artist August: Rob Wilson IV [Art Feature]

    By | August 30th, 2012
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    Earlier today we featured an interview with Rob Wilson IV, a comic artist who you will assuredly be seeing a lot more of very soon. Rob’s a fantastic artist with an impeccable sense of design and an eye for detail that really brings out the visual world he illustrates in. Not only that, but he has a sharp eye for character, with a sharp focus on facial features that add a great deal of depth towards understanding the characters and bringing them to a life. When this comic he’s working on rolls out later in the year, you can be sure that it will look fantastic.

    Take a look below at some hand-selected examples of his work. For more from Rob, be sure to follow his Deviant Art page.


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