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Feric Returns from a Hiatus with New Drawings

Since we featured Feric on the cover of Hi-Fructose Volume 2, the artist claimed to have retired from fine art, changing the direction of his career path to animation and graphic design. But thankfully this change was not permanent: Feric recently sent us his newest line drawings, marking a departure from his previous digital works. "Now I'm back to focusing on creating new art, finally! The feeling is great, just like a prisoner's release from jail. I'm putting what I have seen and learned during past few years. There are so many ideas I saved for the new series of work," Feric wrote excitedly in an email. Take a look at Feric's new work after the jump.

Since we featured Feric on the cover of Hi-Fructose Volume 2, the artist claimed to have retired from fine art, changing the direction of his career path to animation and graphic design. But thankfully this change was not permanent: Feric recently sent us his newest line drawings, marking a departure from his previous digital works. “Now I’m back to focusing on creating new art, finally! The feeling is great, just like a prisoner’s release from jail. I’m putting what I have seen and learned during past few years. There are so many ideas I saved for the new series of work,” Feric wrote excitedly in an email. Take a look at Feric’s new work below.

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