Art Attack for Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine!
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I was recently featured in a special pull out section of Sports Illustrated Magazine called Art Attack! Regular contributors to the magazine where asked to give art tips and tricks to the kids who submit artwork and I was tasked with explaining that, while using sports reference for art was a great thing, simply tracing that art might not be the way to always go. It was an honor to be featured in this section and a fun way to give back to the kids who read the magazine on a regular basis. And my article was right next to the late, great Kobe Bryant talking about his work on his Oscar winning animated short film, “Dear Basketball.” What an honor! The cover to the section was done by the amazing Brett Parsons.

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Sean Tiffany
Boulder, USA
Tel: 1-303-415-1439…

The first artwork Sean was proud of was a coloring book picture of the three little pigs that he had colored without going outside any of the lines. He was three years old and the … Show more.

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Marvel Comics, Penguin Books, Time Magazine, Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine, Disney Adventure Magazine, Stone Arch Books, Capstone Publishing, Macmillian Education, Writer's Dige…
"Sean Tiffany is everything you want in a freelance artist for three reasons: 1. He's a master at drawing the human figure, capable of nailing precise, technical prompts with According-to-Hoyle accuracy. And he'll often go above-and-beyond, working in details that add depth to your concepts and are delightful to discover. 2. He has a machine-like adherence to deadlines, and has never missed one in my years of working with him. 3. He's a warm, genuine soul, devoid of ego-- a pleasure to be pen pals with. Working with freelancers can be a mixed bag, but I never have to worry about Sean."
— Drew Dzwonkowski, Art Director, Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine