Rich has a very fun, colorful, whimsical cartoon style that is loads of fun to look at. He is always making fantastic collaboration pieces including many of his friends' original characters. Besides being a fantastic artist, he's an all-around great guy who, for me, has truly been a joy to get to know.
Demona's Deviantart page knocked my socks off as soon as I clicked her name. She has a wonderfully original art style (I need to take more time and really peruse her gallery more). It catches the eye immediately, and I can't wait to really dig into her galleries more and discover more wonderful stuff. She draws the cutest Mozart I've ever seen, by the way.
I met Shane because of a Daily Deviation, and I am so glad I did. Again, another super nice guy who has created "The Guys of Pie" a.k.a. Pierre and Andre, two French guys who love nothing more than a good pie in the face. Shane has a style that it immediately recognizable and I have never met anyone who has given so much thought to two characters. If you ever read his backstory behind P&A, you'll see what I mean.
Ready for a huge dose of cuteness? Head on over and read "Ndbag, the Boogeyman." Ndbag is a loveable, harmless boogeyman who lives in a clothes hamper and eats socks. Really a delightful little comic. One of the best I've seen on the web in fact!
Marychain's gallery is filled with some fantastic illustration work, and photography. Her illustrations are nothing short of amazing. There is some of the macabre, a little punk-rock (I guess you'd call it that?) and even some stuff that's almost cartoony. She has a very unique style—in short, this gal can really draw. Her gallery is definitely worth a look! (It was hard, like many of these, to pick only three of her works because well, they are all so very awesome).
Mark is another guy whose cartoons are instantly recognizable. He has a style all his own, and a myriad of great characters. My favorites are Bob and Flyer, a roach and a fly that are kind of like the "Odd Couple" of the insect world. Mark is busy all the time, because he has a long list of comics he works on. His productivity amazes the heck out of me. Also another one of the nicest dudes you'll ever meet!
If you like "old school" cartoons, you will have to take a gander at Andrew's gallery. Like everyone here, it was so hard to choose just three pieces, because he has a breathtaking catalog of work. His cartoons remind me of the old cartoons like Scooby Doo and Speed Buggy, with some Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear thrown in, among other things. His stuff is really top notch, he obviously has the cartooning thing down. Lots of fun to look at his work. One of the most amazing things about his work is the detail He puts a lot of thought into his backgrounds. Many of his pictures you really have to study for a while to take it all in.
I haven't known paulwellerfan long, but from what I gather, she REALLY loves the Monkees, American Idol, and The Jam! I think her paper dolls, which she has done a lot of, are really cool. Being a Monkees fan myself, I can certainly appreciate all her Monkees fan art, and her version of the Guys is really adorable.
BadCowboy hasn't been on DA long, nor have I known her long, but her gallery is looking promising! She does photography and writes, as well as draws although she says "my drawing has taken a backseat to my writing for the last few years". From what I've seen, she is good and I hope to see more drawings from her in the future. Keep it up BadCowboy!
Kyle's a guy I've known here at DA for quite some time now, and he is a fellow comic artist whose comic is called "Neil and Ryan" (it used to be known as Jerkwadz). Ryan's got a style all his own, and does the greatest wacky expressions. Being a fan of totally crazy facial expressions, I can really appreciate this.
NAR is a fun little comic strip about a boy and his goofy, immature, and slightly missing-some-bricks, yet well meaning father. Ryan's got a mom and a little brother too, but the comic mainly focuses on Ryan and Neil. I liked his comic so much I bought the book! So go have a look! Who doesn't love a dysfunctional family?
And there ya have it folks! 10 features from fellow deviants. I hope you go give 'em some love.