Sinj, aka: ThatJokerGuy


Sinj was one of the artists I met at Toronto Wizard World in 2011. He really stood out for me because he was dressed as the Joker. From what I understand, he does this at every convention. It’s certainly a way to get people to notice you over casually dressed artists. Hell, it worked for me.

Sinj has an iconographic, slightly blocky, and yet surreal style to his art, similar in some ways to Marc Hempel – known best for Neil Gaiman’s Sandman: The Kindly Ones storyarc. To me, that’s high praise.

Sinj definitely brought that great style when sketching Dill. The sour look on his face in this sketch really captures the character’s personality.

Clicking on his sketch will take you to his homepage.

About Nick C. Piers

Writer and creator of the Armadillo Mysteries, I've had a passion for the creative arts all his life. I'm an avid comic book fan, a DDP yoga practitioner , and urban cyclist.
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