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Chris Conidis: Comics, fantasy, Horror and Sci Fi Art - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 210912

Chris Conidis is an artist that lives in Florida. Chris started out with an interest in animation and how it worked and that evolved into figure drawing and the art of high contrast from fantasy art and old school horror movies. Chris has been hitting the comic circuit and also created a collection of art and stories for a book of his work called Monsters & Madonnas.

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Chris Conidis Website https://monstersandmadonnas.com

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