Isabel "Izzy" Pereira (she/her) is the illustrator of Mothorial. An artist from Portugal, Izzy has been creating art and animation for a decade, getting her start as an online artist in the My Little Pony community under the name brownie97, though she now goes by IzzySqueakzy.
Izzy has always been passionate about storytelling and cute characters, and Mothorial was a natural extension of that interest. From her initial design of Ava and Ackerley in late 2017, the project has only grown in scope. Along with her work on the webcomic, Izzy has also worked on cleanup and animation for multiple student projects as well as Farfetched, created by Ashley Nichols. Whatever the project, Izzy strives to bring characters to life and develop further as an artist.
Izzy identifies as asexual and hopes to use her work to raise awareness by creating positive and meaningful representation in her storytelling and art. She continues to live in Porto, and enjoys spending her time playing Animal Crossing, staring into the endless void, and taking care of her turtle, Sebastian, her greatest muse and inspiration in life.
"Ariya Eretsee" (she/her) aids in the flat color stage of Mothorial. She hails from the Nether(lands) and has had a love of story telling, character creation and world building for as long as she can remember. She finds meaning in aiding others in their creative pursuits, be it in her volunteer work where she helps people suffering from Aphasia and/or ABI express themselves through art, or in her glutinous excitement to flat color the next page. She's a bit of a hermit in lifestyle both off- and online, interested in almost all genres and forms of media, and a dork with all levels of chaos and innuendo underneath. She lives in her lovable and floofy dog Eevee's home, catering to her every need while giggling at the sounds made by her little zebra finch birds, Tiko and Tina.
Jericho "Jesse" Tabanda (they/them) is in charge of background design for Mothorial. They're from the Philippines, and have been creating art since early childhood. After getting their start posting on DeviantArt, they discovered that the world is much bigger, and that their art can make someone's day. Nowadays they post their works in a mix of Twitter, Tumblr, Discord, and Telegram communities. Since then, it's been their goal to make people's days with their art. Aside from that, they've always been interested in the process, and telling stories through art. That's why they decided to learn the ways of visual development and aspired to be a concept artist. Nowadays, they're studying in college and occasionally doing background work for this webcomic, freelance commissions, dabbling in pet projects like their artbook, Tales from the Sari-sari, inspired by the likes of Simon Stalenhag's Tales from the Loop, on top of a few others they have cooking as we speak.
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