If you have even the slightest interest in action figures, you might have heard the name Joe Amaro a few times, but you’ve seen his handywork more often then you realize. He’s been a graphic designer for over 20 years, made dozens of amazing custom figures and has been working with most major toy companies […]
Anyone who’s ever typed “ThunderCats” into any search engine has seen the art of mixed-media illustrator and walking ThunderCats Encyclopedia Celesta, of Celesta’s Art. I’ve admired her work for years and thought it was about time to ask her some questions about her passion for art and ThunderCats, and how the two met.
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I recently came across a very talented artist named Troy Parson. He has been creating and recreating various fantastic ThunDerCats items, such as action figures, accessories and busts. I contacted him to see if he would’nt mind sharing some of the ins and outs of his craft.
In the beginning…
“I grew up with art all around […]
A lot of the beautiful art that you’ve seen on the site here has been provided by a talented megafan of the ThunderCats. We on the team are honored to call him our friend, and you couldn’t hope to meet a nicer guy to work on a project like ThunderCats.org with.
I’m talking of course, about […]
Eric “End” Ninaltowski
Today we’re featuring professional artist who is also a big ThunderCats fan
Eric has worked on comics, graphic novels, cards, and illustrated the comic book intro to Disney XD’s Mighty Med tv show among other things. He also creates a lot of commissions for fans and pencilled and inked a hugely popular ThunderCats battle […]
We recently caught up with professional Comic Book Artist, Robert Atkins. Many fans have already have seen Atkins’ explosively powerful ThunderCats illustrations, and for those who haven’t, this post will be a real treat.
Atkins is a child of the 80’s and gravitated towards properties that captured his imagination growing up. He’s illustrated for major publishers […]
ThunderCats artists love a big canvas.
We’ve collected some images of murals that have been blessed with mesmerizing larger than life renditions of the ThunderCats. We’ve included pics from Buenos Aires, Toronto and London. Goes to show just how far and wide ThunderCats were imprented on creative minds! We’ve included a pretty sick street art image […]
Wonderful take on Cheetara by Sydney based artist Chris Wahl.
Chris is a commercial artist and illustrator who has worked across a number of diverse formats. From Mad Magazine to Vallejo style fantasy, to dark, brooding horror styles, he transcends into all corners of the imagination.
His comic style with female characters is particularly alluring, this fun […]
Here is a fantastic Lion-O concept that was made up for (we think) the abandoned 2010 movie, by artist Dave Rapoza.
Quoting Dave: “A while ago I was asked to create a piece for a Thundercats pitch. They wanted a realistic Lion-O in the traditional cartoon design. Unfortunately the pitch never got picked up and I […]