J.M. Hunter is best expressed as an artist who enjoys working in many mediums. One of them is writing. In the guise of InDiY Hunter, J.M. Hunter’s focus is as an independent comics creator who interviews other Independent artists/creators and showcases their personal ideologies and stories. The “hits” and “almost-got’ems” of the creative collective that do their craft not because it’ll make them rich but because they love what they do, even when they don’t is a special kind of magic. This is the reward that keeps on giving and J.M. Hunter likes it. HE LIKES IT!
Chris Oatley Art Academy and Painting Drama alumni, artist Jim Gallo speaks with J.M. Hunter about art before and posts Photoshop. Also, Jim’s latest effort to run a GoFundme campaign to get back on track and show people his digital painting prowess!
A Poet's Mind returns with Chapter 7 of Alex Ness's insights and original poetry. Alex takes us down memory's past with subjects such as Maus and forward to "Future's Créativité!"
Indy Hunter, fresh off a Mid-West season of conventions, brings you an exclusive C2E2 interview with Sarah Benkin and her latest Kickstarter anthology effort, "Then It Was Dark."
Chapter 5 of A Poet's Mind by Author/Poet Alex Ness continues with "The Way of Poetry".
Indy Hunter's Indy 5-Ohh! is back with a review of former editorial and now Independent cartoonist Keith Brown and his collection of webcomic strips, "Wages of Sin"!
First Indy Hunter interview of 2014! Bringing in the New Year with the Fraga Boom! We speak with Image Comics legend Dan Fraga and his return to sequentials with the new story, “The Grave”!
Stan Ford creator of Jet-Pack Jenny and head of Carpaltunnelpress talks with The Indy Hunter about his creation Jet-Pack Jenny and the fight to keep her. Learn about Stan Ford's efforts to bat off other copies and copyright infringement with Jet-Pack Jenny.
Alex Ness is back with another Indy Showcase volume of A Poet's Mind. In this next chapter Mr. Ness reveals a personal struggle in contrast with the balance of beauty and the irony of joy and pain.
Our Indy Showcase is back with another chapter of "Poet's Mind." by author/poet Alex Ness. Witness as we start to get to the meat of what poetry means to Ness as he discusses the drive of ideas as well as intpreting the transition from the forms of Life and flesh to death and beyond.
We take a slightly different turn today with an interview with craftsman and designer Manny Quinones. We'll discuss his kickstarter effeorts to bring to the masses the art of upcyled functioning illumination aka The Abominable Dock Lamp!
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