Emma Vieceli

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Emma Vieceli
Nationality British
Area(s) Illustrator

Emma Vieceli is a professional British comics artist whose credits include Manga Shakespeare for SelfMadeHero, Girl Comics for Marvel Comics, Violet for the DFC, My Little Pony Hasbro, Comic Book Tattoo for Image Comics, The Thrill Electric online motion comic for channel 4 with John Reppion and Leah Moore, and her creator-owned title Dragon Heir for the UK collaborative publisher, Sweatdrop Studios.

She is currently working on two graphic novel series; The Avalon Chronicles with Nunzio Defilippis and Christina Weir for Oni Press, and Vampire Academy with Richelle Mead and Leigh Dragoon for Penguin Books. Her work can also be seen within the pages of ImagineFX as a member of their artist panel.


Vieceli joined Sweatdrop Studios in 2002, and through the group released her own comic series, 'Dragon Heir'. She has also contributed to anthology titles including Boiled Spoons, Cold Sweat, Love, Sweat & Tears, Pink is for Girls and Planet Manga (A&I Covermount) and in 2005 she achieved a runner up position in the first Rising Stars of Manga United Kingdom & Ireland Competition, with her 15-page shōjo entry, "Between the Lines". She included cameo appearances of various titles being published under Sweatdrop Studios in her short story; Looking for the Sun, Once upon a Time, Fantastic Cat, as well as Dragon Heir.

She has worked on comic adaptations of William Shakespeare's Hamlet[1] and Much Ado About Nothing[2] for Self Made Hero. Amongst other projects, has worked on the art and design of the collectible card game Herocard Cyberspace from Tablestar Games[citation needed] and was also of the head contributors to Draw Manga Sweatdrop Studios from New Holland Publishers (UK) Ltd.[3] Vieceli has worked with Spacedog Entertainment, illustrating the cover to eV, a short story in Princess Ai: Rumors From The Other Side, both published by Tokyopop, and a story in Tori Amos' Comic Book Tattoo a 480-page anthology published by Image Comics on July 3, 2008. In addition, she created Violet for The DFC, which was previewed in The Guardian Comic on May 31, 2008.[4] In 2011, Vieceli provided the art for the Vampire Academy graphic novel, based on the novels of the same name.[5]



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