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Scott Faenzi

BFA - graphic design

Whether it is client work for a business card, schoolwork to create a poster, or even projects I do for my friends, I always put my own illustrational influences from comics into each piece. The biggest reason I chose to be a comic illustrator is to create pieces of work that capture how I view the world. Utilizing bold lines around an image with a high contrast in color make the comic style come to life.

When people view my work they should be in awe of the detail and emotion in the piece. I want them to go from panel to panel of my comics or from piece to piece of my other artwork and see a sense of dramatic action that leaves them wanting more. Readers should also relate to my comic book heroes, as if the secrets identity could just be some average Joe walking down the street or sitting next to them on the subway. From my art they should be able to see the world as I see it, an illustration coming to life in which anyone can be a hero and anything is possible. My art should inspire the viewer to immerse into their own captivating fantasy world and possibly even create their own tale of heroes and villains in epic battles over the fate of humankind.






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