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DR. PROFANE’S PIN-UP CALENDAR & COMIC. Artwork and Colors by Wagner Fukuhara, Samir Simao, and Scar Crash

“DR. PROFANE’S 2014 PIN-UP CALENDAR & COMIC” is a new calendar/pin-up/comic book combo created, written and published by Dr.Profane.

Creator  Dr. Profane explains about the calendar “DR. PROFANE’S 2014 PIN-UP CALENDAR & COMIC”.

“12 months of big page full color comic glory! Plus Saucy pin-up calendar sweetness! Plus revealing new photos released online!! It’s a 50 page calendar comic! And revealing new photos every month. No memberships! No subscriptions! No recurring fees!”

Dr. Profane selected Scattered Studio’s Wagner Fukuhara as the Artist and Colorist for a few of the comic pages, and also Studio’s Samir Simao as the Artist and Mike Stefan as the Colorist on the other comic pages.

With the calendar now completed, it is available now for purchase on their website (Click this link to purchase) (MATURE BUYERS ONLY)



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Scattered Studios has had the honor of working on the comic book series “Boston Metaphysical Society“.  Having worked as mostly pre-press and typesetting on the first 2 of their issues, we always fully support our client’s endeavors and now they need it. They have just launched a KickStarter to fund the last 3 issues of their comic mini-series and produce a softbound collection book.

Please check out their KICKSTARTER page to help out this bright new company, and get their projects completed.


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Linework & Coloring by Scattered Studio's Federico Sioc Jr.

Linework & Coloring by Scattered Studio’s Federico Sioc Jr.

Joining the studio originally as a Colorist, Federico has become a valuable asset to the projects he works on. And now honing his artistic drawing skills, he is ready to begin offering them to the studio. Check out more of his work here!

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Neill Brengettsey's work on a page of "GHOST" from Dark Horse

Neill Brengettsey’s work on a page of “GHOST” from Dark Horse

As a toy designer , Neill has worked for Hasbro on Harry Potter, Transformers, and GIJoe.

As a Graphic Designer he has designed lettering and logos for record companies, Verizon Wireless, and the State of California. I also have formal training in Photoshop and Illustrator and utilize them both in the production of art.

He is ready to bring his art skills to your next comic book project. Check out more of his work here!

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"Sword" Story by Saurav Dutt Artwork by Robert Bruner

“Sword” Story by Saurav Dutt Artwork by Robert Bruner

Author Saurav Dutt combines forces with Scattered Studios to create an action packed comic book title entitled ‘SWORD’. With a new script, cover, artists and production schedule, work gathers pace on the violent Expendables inspired action novella which features a main character modelled and inspired on action star actor Steven Seagal; whose likeness will also appear in the comic as well.

The Steven Seagal inspired character is a sensei, gifted an ancient samurai sword by his masters in Japan . After opening a dojo in the US, he is attacked by jealous Yakuza drug lords intent on depriving a ‘foreigner’ of the honourable sword and returning it to its rightful place. Left for dead, the main character uses all his martial arts expertise-and background in the Navy Seals, CIA and Black Ops-to get back the sword and inflict a very bloody and furious vengeance ‘Old Boy’ style on those who wronged him.

The writer/creator, Saurav Dutt, approached Scattered Studios and quickly selected his creative team of  Robert Brunner to provide the  dark artwork that will contain intense fight scenes, While Mike Stefan will add his digital coloring.  Jason Dube will be providing the text and pre-pres. Hot on the heels of action packed movies like The Expendables starring Sylvester Stallone, Jean Claude Van Damme and Jason Statham, ‘SWORD’ is a throwback to the violent action movies of their era, collating all the one liners, fight scenes, thrills and attitude of Seagal’s best movies like ‘Under Siege’, ‘Out for Justice’ and ‘Marked for Death’.

Saurav commented ‘The idea behind Sword is to provide a story of honour and betrayal, delving into the world of a master swordsman and providing a classic story of vengeance-a very brutal vengeance. I grew up on these movies, films like The Expendables are like being in a candy store-now it’s my turn to create my own spin on the genre-if you’ve enjoyed a Seagal or Van Damme starrer then this is going to deliver that and then some-balls to the wall violence, mayhem, havoc and enough blood to make Kill Bill look like Despicable Me”

Sword continues to be produced by Scattered Studios and after the issue has been completed it will go to a print on demand publisher before being distributed to comic book conventions. Writer/Creator Saurav Dutt has had critical and commercial success writing biographies on major Hollywood actors such as Mickey Rourke, Corey Haim and ‘Jaws’ actor Roy Scheider. He is currently negotiating to interview Top Gun and Batman Forever actor Val Kilmer for an upcoming biography on the ‘Heat’ actor due to release in Spring 2014. His first book of fiction-entitled ‘An Orchid In the Snow’-releases Fall 2013 and follows his first spoken word music project ‘The Dreaming’ available on Soundcloud and CD Baby.

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JESSIKA from the comic book "Shadow Hunters" rendered in 3-d digital by Marcelo Salaza

JESSIKA from the comic book “Shadow Hunters” rendered in 3-d digital by Marcelo Salaza

Working with studio artist Marcelo Salaza, we just learned of his skills in 3-D Digital Modeling which we mentioned in a recent article. But the news doesn’t end there. He can also extend his 3-d modeling work into creating a comic book project for you.

To show you a sample of how this might look, we had him re-create a page from a comic book called “Shadow Hunters”.  Here is how the process worked. He will first create the 3-d rendering of the character image and once approved, he can position that character in any pose as well as move the camera in any angle to get the desired look for the sequential pages.

Price for a 3-d digital comic book runs the same as a traditional one. This is just something extra we would like to offer from our studio.

3-d Digital Comic Book Page  = $120

More samples of his 3-D model gallery on his gallery page. (Click here)


3-d Digital Comic Book page by Marcelo Salza

3-d Digital Comic Book page by Marcelo Salza

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Krysten Reis can’t imagine life without art. She is a recent graduate from the Art Institute of Sacramento with a bachelor’s degree and an experienced 2D animator, concept artist, and illustrator.
Immediately after graduating, she began working at a start up game company and has done work with Sigil Stone, Stigma Games, Ink Game Studios, and Gunwale Games. Now she is pursuing her dream of working in comics and does freelance work.

No Life Without Art

Recently, Krysten drew a cover and poster for ECV Press‘ new book, Trixie Dynamite, which you’ll find on our local comics shelf here in the shop. She’s also drawn for Scattered Studios.
Krysten is also a fan favorite at our annual Free Comic Book Day Mini-Con. We’re pleased to welcome her back for our first Creative Women Mini-Con.
Meet Krysten this Saturday at our Creative Women Mini-Con 2013:
Date: August 10, 2013
Time: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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Artwork by Greg Woronchak

Greg Woronchak is a  comic book artist who has worked in independent comics for the last decade; some studios he’s worked for include Modern Myth Press, Main Enterprises, Argo Comics and others.

He is also worked as a storyboard artist . He’s created boards for a variety of traditional and 3D animation productions over the years: Sagwa, The Chinese Siamese Cat on PBS, Tripping the Rift on the Sci-Fi Channel, What’s With Andy? on ABC Family, and the direct to video Sony Wonder production of The Lion of Oz and the Badge of Courage.

He is ready to bring his art skills to your next comic book project. Check out more of his work here!

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3-D Model by Marcelo Salaza

3-D Model by Marcelo Salaza

Working with studio artist Marcelo Salaza, we just learned of his skills in 3-D Digital Modeling. So, Scattered Studios is pleased to announced we can now start offering 3-D Digital Modeling Services. Our studio artist Marcelo will be the artist who will be handling these projects as they come in. He can take your character and transform it into a completely rendered 3-D model for you. You can request what kind of pose you want your character in as well.

Prices will ranged based on hiw detailed you want the surrounding background of your character.

Character with NO BACKGROUND = $70

Character with BACKGROUND = $110


More samples of his 3-D model gallery on his gallery page. (Click here)


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Artwork by Samir Simao

Artwork by Samir Simao

Samir is a comic artist who has drawn in all sorts of genres by indie companies. He has worked primarily in super-heros and terror comics, but he always training and trying to be versible in his artwork to able to do any genre. He is ready to bring his art skills to your next comic book project. Check out more of his work here!

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