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LC30 Artist Guests

While we will try to keep this accurate, be warned that with the exception of our main guests these guys come on their own dime. Because of that things can come up and plans can change, so it is a bit of a moving target

 

Jarrod Alberich


Jarrod "The Yard Sale Artist" Alberich is currently the Art Director for White Rocket Books, specializing in cover art & inking.

Calls himself the "Yard Sale Artist" because EVERYTHING (surfaces, paints, brushes, etc.) he uses for his art is all acquired via yard sale/dumpster dive.

Jarrod is a military combat veteran.



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Michael Bielaczyc


Michael Bielaczyc has been making art his whole life. He has been selling and showing work since 1995, when he self published his own comic book. Going back to college at 25, he decided that art was going to be his main focus in life. In 2001, he started an art company, Aradani Studios, with his brother Paul. Together they have shown and worked in shows across America selling both their artwork and costuming. While Michael has worked for such popular role-playing franchises as Dragonlance and Castlemourn, his real passion is for his personal work...

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Paul Bielaczyc


Paul Bielaczyc in his own words: "I have been drawing and whatnot since as long as I can remember. Any spot in my school notebooks that didn't have notes were filled with sketches. I drew mostly from the D&D adventures that my brother ran, as well as the fantasy books I was reading. I did a few pieces based on Terry Brooks' Shannara series, but focusing on being a nerd, I didn't have much time for art in high school.

When I got to college I dual majored in Computer Science and Art History...

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Dan dos Santos


At an early age it was pretty apparent that drawing was what I was good at. I spent nearly all of my spare time drawing my favorite cartoon characters with my older sister. We would draw them on rolls of butcher paper, sometimes larger than ourselves, challenging ourselves with the days-long task of coloring the entire image. Three years my elder, and much better at art than me, my sister instilled in me an intense passion to improve.

By my teenage years my love of drawing attracted me to comic books, a passion I still hold dear...

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Nancy Edwards

Nancy Edwards

Fan / Artist



Nancy Edwards is an artist and a lifelong fan as she has been involved for over 30 years. Bob Tucker mentored her at one of the first St. Louis Archon's. She has run several adult relaxicons and was the Fan GOH for Tuckercon, the NASFIC in 2007. She has many stories she can share of her time in fandom

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Robert S. Evans

Robert S. Evans

Artist / Author



Robert S. Evans is a Georgia Native film writer and director. Having worked on countless projects both large and small, he is always staying active. He attended the New York Film Academy, and shortly there after caught the attention of industry veteran Jeff Burr (Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3) . Robert caught his first break with the film "The Last Piece Standing", an Indie Psychological Horror Film which garnered praise for its detailed and chilling world, winning him the Best Original Story at the Seattle Scream Fest in 2006...

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Sam Flegal

Sam Flegal

Artist



Sam’s been a freelance Illustrator since 2009. Working for both book covers and hobby games, his art is described as “stylized realism,” portraying fantastical things in a graphic manner, but with an eye towards real life. He loves to focus on exaggerated expressions, vibrant colors, and villainess activity. Sam’s preferred medium is oil paint. Sam Flegal's clients include AEG, Fantasy Flight, Hero Games, 3Some Games, Lone Wander, & Eagle Games. He's worked on titles like Warhammer 40K, Legend of the Five Rings, and Fantasy Hero Complete...

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Fritz Fotovich

Fritz Fotovich

Fan / Artist



In his non-con day job, Fritz is a non-starving artist masquerading as a logistics engineer contracting for the United States Government. While he does love his mundane work environment, he loves to spend his off time with His Favorite (Stacy), creating art at the Magic Manor, or playing in the Freakin Terrific Woodshop. There’s no limit to what he will make and create. He gladly volunteers his skills to non-profits, businesses in need, friends, family, and friends of friends and family. Not only that, but he loves to cook and have a fun time no matter in what he does; including performing duties as a Steve Jackson Games MIB...

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Mark Fults

Mark Fults

Artist / Author



A native of Chattanooga, Mark Fults is a locally known Fantasy Ink artist, psychic, and ghost hunter. He did the very first logo art for LibertyCon in the 80's and he was proudly Artist Guest of Honor in 1993. Mark is currently revising his book Chattanooga Chills, a lifetime collection of well known and obscure ghost stories and local history of which he has sold over 400 copies so far. Also in production: "My mean old Grandma's good old Cookbook" and a Tarot set titled "The Veiled Unknown"...

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Melissa Gay

Melissa Gay

Artist



Melissa Gay is a critically-acclaimed artist of the Imaginative Realism style. Starting her career as a scientific illustrator doing ink drawings for botany manuals, she later used those same skills to do black and white line art for roleplaying games, her true passion. Her work has since appeared on the covers and the interiors of many games, books, magazines, academic publications, and even a tarot deck, and her original paintings are in the hands of private collectors around the world. Her roleplaying game credits include work on Freedom Flyer, an Echoes Of War adventure for the Firefly RPG, The Dresden Files RPG, the Crimeworld Fate Core supplement,  HERO 6th edition, Fantasy HERO and its supplement The Book Of Dragons, Part-Time Gods and its upcoming supplements, Mermaid Adventures, Camp Myth, Psi-Punk, and the Elves of Uteria...

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Mark Helwig

Mark Helwig

Artist



http://www.markhelwigart.com           https://www.facebook.com/markhelwigart                http://www.markhelwigart.comMark Helwig is a freelance illustrator and sculptor living in the slightly whacky town of Athens, GA. His art ranges from near photo realistic to cartoon with subjects from cute dragons to horror, and his sense of humor can best (and probably generously) be described as somewhat off the wall—and seems to involve a lot of tentacles...

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John Holmes

John Holmes

Artist / Author



Sergeant First Class (Retired) John F. Holmes served for 22 years in the Regular army and Army National Guard before hanging up his rifle in 2013 and picking up the pen. Since then he has written thirteen books, covering every genre out there. His most popular is the "Zombie Killers" series of seven books. There are also Young Adult, Fantasy, Space Opera, Techno-thriller, and Humor. He is also the creator of the popular military comic strip "Power Point Ranger". He lives and works in Upstate NY.

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Bryan Jones

Artist



Chain Mail Artist -bio pending.

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Amanda Makepeace


Amanda Makepeace is an independent artist and occasional freelance illustrator. Her work has appeared in RPG games, books and more. Through her art, she explores mythology, magical beings and our connection to the planet--its life-force and the animals who share this world with us. Amanda has been selling her nature art since 2005. In 2014, she showed her fantasy art for the first time in the Dragon Con Art Show. In 2015, she won Judges' Choice in the Jordan Con Art Show. She is a member of the Changeling Artist Collective and co-founder of the Bird Whisperer Project with Melissa Gay...

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Anita Moore

Anita Moore

Artist



Anita S. Moore is a self trained artist (yeah that explains a lot for some critics) doin' it just for grins and joy.  In the late 1990s Anita began painting fun stuff from the Cthulhu Mythos. Her work has been described as the "primitive art style, unique, and with a certain sense of humor about it."  These were used on game night, and many pieces were sold over the internet.  A couple of gallery sites were established under the title The Gates Of Yith: Cthulhu Mythos Art of Anita S...

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Stacy Morgan

Stacy Morgan

Artist



Stacy grew up painting and drawing on anything that would sit still. Attending high school at Alabama School of Fine Arts and receiving her BFA from the University of Montevallo with a concentration in painting and ceramics, Stacy has had a lifelong obsession with creating art. Now working as a full-time potter, Stacy focuses on making beautiful, functional stoneware pottery including dinnerware, skull jars, sculpture, home decor and knitting bowls that bring the beauty of art to everyday life. When her hands aren't covered in clay, Stacy spends her time painting, gardening, and obeying her cats...

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Tiffany Toland-Scott


Tiffany Toland-Scott is an American artist located in the Atlanta-Metro area. Her work is inspired by high fashion, fairy tales, Lovecraft, everything Southern Gothic, haunted houses, and mythology from all over the world. A fan of anything darkly romantic, her work is frequently subtly if not overtly dark in theme.

Originally from the Pacific Northwest, life's adventures have taken her to art school in Phoenix, back to Washington, then to Montana where she lived with her husband, Jason Luke, for several years, and most recently to a rural neighborhood outside of historic Cartersville, Georgia...

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James Ward

James Ward

Fan / Artist



James Ward is an excellent Chattanooga based artist who is well known not for putting paint on canvas, but more for putting paint on anything else that's not bolted down. You can find his artwork on everything from feathers to floppy disks, and lately he has branched out with the creation of costuming accessories. James is also an accomplished puppeteer, and gives performances during the convention to entertain our young (or young at heart) attendees.



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