artist: dimisfit

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Today’s featured artist is one of our favorite webcomic makers, the lonely magical Diana Huh (dimisfit)! Diana is a storyboard artist at Titmouse Inc. working on the Netflix/Dreamworks show, Turbo FAST. When she’s not boarding snails, she works on her webcomic The Lonely Vincent Bellingham. Her two biggest loves are food and sleep. 

  • Ladies of Literature: Volume 2 Character: Princess Cimorene from The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede
  • Favorite childhood book: “Crown Duel by Sherwood Smith. It was one of the first high concept books I read as a kid, and I still love rereading it to this day. The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery is also very near and dear to my heart.”
  • Favorite work song: ”’Technologic’ by Daft Punk is my jam whenever I’m close to a deadline!”
  • Fictional character you feel on a spiritual level: “Haruno Sakura from Naruto, for the strength of her conviction and tenacity of her big heart. I can’t even explain how much I love her.″
  • What are you working on right now: “Right now I’m finishing the boards for my third episode while prepping for con season! I’m also (trying) to keep up with my 2 page update schedule for my webcomic. I have some other projects on the horizon as well, stay tuned!”

What are Cimorene and Kazul cooking up? Find out when you back the LADIES OF LITERATURE: VOLUME 2 Kickstarter (http://kck.st/1AQ6cuq)!

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This is rather overdue (>_>;), but I received my copy of The Lonely Vincent Bellingham, created by dimisfit, awhile ago. 

And I must say, I absolutely love it! Only Chapter 0 is in this book, but the illustrations and looking at the development process of this gem, are gorgeous. 

So thank you, dimisfit, for creating such an amazing comic, and, as always, I look forward to your work.  (。◕ ∀ ◕。)

Art trade with the ever lovely, cool-as-blue Dimisfit! I wish I could have spent longer on this, but alas, life chugs on regardless and I have to keep up with it somehow.

Happy chrimble and many merry One Piece feelings bro! Keep drawing the awesome things you do I always love seeing your work on my dash :D

A record breaking-ly late birthday gift for the lovely Diana (dimisfit)! I feel like I’m like….several months late now? HAHA. Anyway! Thank you for being such an inspiration and an all around nice person! This is also a thank you for participating in so many of my zine projects too ahhh! ;__; I can’t wait to learn more about Vincent and Victoria! (And I had a blast drawing them!!)

anonymous asked:

heeeeey thought you should see how someone copied the color scheme of your illustrations for fox sister in another kumiho picture dimisfit. tumblr. com/post/40831704964/illo-365-january-17th-this-isnt-how-i-imagined

Anon……………

gently sits u down

I don’t think people can have a claim/patent on color schemes… there is a finite number of basic color combinations in existence, and red/blue happens to be popular for horror or disoriented emotions, as it’s symbolic for extremes like hot-and-cold, or fight-or-flight, and so forth! And this is ignoring that the gumiho is a cultural mythology that can inspire many people and not exclusive to one story! Her take on it as a Jeckyl/Hyde deal is actually SUPER NEAT in my book. If the artist, Dimisfit, happened to be inspired by my (and Christina’s) work on The Fox Sister (which she may not have! I don’t know!), that is a great honor! Her exploration on this take is thrilling in concept!

But I also wanna say thank you for informing me of this because that artist is mad talented and you just gave me a new art blog to follow. Like, to the point I am posting this because I want other people to see her art it is so stylish and colorful and inspirational and GOSH!