Not only is Camilla pumping out fresh paintings of her signature ageless beauties, being a dope illustrator, writing and drawing comics, but she’s also published. “Pop Manga and Pop Painting are books I’ve spent years to develop so that I can pass along my style and process in a way that is very approachable and easy to understand.” She’s got a class “through Skillshare.com so that is a great way for people to see my process in action.” AND she’s a comicon-pro.
“I love cons! They can be a bit overwhelming at times, but I love meeting the fans and experiencing all the amazing art and energy of pop culture cons. One of the greatest honors is seeing fans dress up as some of my characters. I always applaud amazing cosplay. It takes so much work to make the costumes and you can really see the passion people have for the characters they bring to life.” She even describes the start of her art career as being “a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.”
One of Camilla’s larger bodies of work, influenced by the inspiration she finds in steampunk, is the