Jae Lee's works of art may have the fundamentals of comic art, but he takes it to the next level with radical compositions and slashing uses of pen and ink. Sometimes it looks like a renaissance sculptor's work and sometimes it creates gothic horror, but the uses of shadow to define figures and objects is what sets Jae Lee's artwork apart from the pack. His powerful uses of inks can be characterized as aggressive and moody, his thin line works can be called delicate and elegant, and his great knowledge of applying art approaches can be seen as genius.
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