artists

One thing we're particularly excited to do with Scooby Dudes is partner with artists and give them a place to showcase work that we've commissioned from them. Below are all of the very gifted people who have lent us their extraordinary talents.

FEATURED ARTIST: Tam

Tam is a digital artist from California. Her work is primarily fan art, experimental, and done out of pure leisure and love for creating. She dreams of one day making a living off of drawing but for now, she'll settle for making latte art. Outside of drawing, her hobbies include hiking, watching action movies on Netflix, and knocking out her reading list. Find her on social media at her Twitter or Tumblr

 Tam is responsible for the title cards for Episode 41 and 43-45.

Tam is responsible for the title cards for Episode 41 and 43-45.


 Napassorn is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 36-39.

Napassorn is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 36-39.

Napassorn Sinsiri

Napassorn Sinsiri (or Toon) is an Interactive and Multimedia Design student from Thailand. She enjoys playing video games and reading comic books (especially Batman!). You can check out her work on Tumblr or Twitter.


 Claire is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 32-35.

Claire is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 32-35.

Claire Bradley

Claire Bradley is a digital and traditional painter in the Chicago area. She loves video games, horror movies and manga. Claire is actively looking to date the Chicago Mothman and encourages any Mothpeople to message her at any time. You can find her on her Tumblr.


 Ghost is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 25-27.

Ghost is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 25-27.

Ghost

Ghost is a lesbian First Nations artist living in Canada. She loves the weird and the queer and enjoys watching cartoons and bad movies. You can find her on her Tumblr.


 Sara is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 22-23.

Sara is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 22-23.

SARA DUVALL

Sara is an Eisner-nominated queer latinx comic artist born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. They love witches, space kids, and a good old fashioned mystery. You can find them on their website and on Twitter.


 Jason is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 17-20.

Jason is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 17-20.

Jason Lum

Jason is a designer / illustrator currently working in the animation industry in the Vancouver, Canada area. You can find more of his stuff on his Instagram and online portfolio

 


 Leslie is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 13-16.

Leslie is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 13-16.

Leslie Pulsifer

Leslie is an animator and illustrator living in Vancouver, Canada. You can check out more of her art on Instagram or Tumblr.


 Tricia is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 7-12.

Tricia is responsible for the title cards for Episodes 7-12.

TRICIA POWLES OCOCK

Tricia Ocock is an abstract sculptor, potter, and casual illustrator from the greater Boston area. She has been drawing since she was first able to hold a crayon, though she likes to think her skills have improved slightly over the years. She graduated from Houghton College in 2013 with a BFA in studio art and has been struggling to make a career out of her art ever since. She'll let you know whenever that actually happens.

In the meantime however Tricia carves stone and plays with clay in her apartment's spare room. She also writes and draws a weekly webcomic called This Is the Real Life. In between all of this she enjoys reading, musicals, the work of Freddie Mercury, Indonesian ramen, and puppies.

Tricia's fine art can be viewed at her personal website. When she's not watching corgi videos you'll find her updating This Is the Real Life as well as her instagram.


Sam is responsible for all website background art, as well as title cards for Episodes 1-6, and 42 .

SAM WADE

Sam is an illustrator living in the fierce & formidable Pacific Northwest & she likes to make things! 

She almost left her bio at that, because the insecurity she has about writing about herself brings dead weight to whatever she writes, but nevertheless: she persisted.

Sam loves wandering the hallowed halls of her empty, overlarge home in Tacoma, WA in search of motivation, and is deeply committed to the art of daydreaming. Sam is passionate about procedural crime dramas, space, horror films, researching abductions, representation in media, and indie comics. 

She's also working on a webcomic. We'll see how that goes.

She can be found at artbysamwise.tumblr.com as well as on Twitter @samwisethewade.