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Please check out my Art Not Only in the 'Featured' area but in the Side Folders as well as I have more thier. THANKS!


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Will 'Surftiki' Egli
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
I'm open to do commission, contact for rates and further info.
Contact email: search William Egli
ACC Artists of Las Vegas site



Born and raised in Hawaii on the Big Island under the raging lava flows of the volcano came the artist known as Will Egli dubbed 'Surftiki'. He has started a trek of art mastery in 2005 after getting a bit burnt out on working every night at the Broadway show Mamma Mia (one can only take so much ABBA) he thought about a career in art, a passion of his since childhood building scale models. Will attended 4 years of college at Lassen in northern California; soon after he moved back to Las Vegas finding himself a part of the ACC; soon after and inking projects like Dirge of Viqdis #1 and Cybernetic Man #1 along with many prints and promo pieces for various companies. The future of Will 'Surftiki' Egli looks bright with the prospects the tiki gods have laid before his path.

Will is a diehard surfer and swimmer, loving the outdoors. He has worked as a stagehand in Las Vegas doing movies, stage and conventions for the past 10 years. A passion in photograph has resulted in companies like SOTA toys noticing his work along with Sculptors and painters in the field.


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Hi, im trying to rasie funds to get the sweet DA photo backpack.
Any help would be awesome!
I thank you for looking at my art/photo works.

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Scott Clark :iconscottjc: was to be 44 this year on 24 November 2013, he passed this last year on February 21st.
Scott was a great friend, i knew him for a short time, but his impact on me was big. He became my friend and art mentor with in the few short months i knew him, my work was greatly improved by his talent. He reviewed my inks and watercolors giving me tips and advise he wanted to see me do in the future.
Scott was also a friend and mentor to the ACC giving direct help to James Stone :iconjamesleestone: and Free Isabelo :iconfreekflow808: with advise in page layouts and camera angles. Scott was a great help with the ACC being a local pro working on his back up story in JLA after his run on Grifter. Scott made a impact on the world of comics, games and fine art. 
I was lucky enough to have know Scott on a professional level and on a personal one. He will be missed by all.
Here is to you Scott a Pint of bitter raised high!
  • Listening to: Miles Davis
  • Reading: Wild Blue Yonder
  • Watching: Pirates!
  • Playing: Inking pages
  • Eating: Cereal
  • Drinking: Hawaiian Sun

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NurBoyXV Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Professional General Artist
:icondarthvaderplz: "Impressive. Most Impressive"
SurfTiki Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you, im trying to do the best i can.
Stop by anytime as i try yo update when i get pieces done.
SurfTiki Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you but i dont do the tag game.
To busy makeing art.
But thanks for the love.
SORD21 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thanks for the fav!
SurfTiki Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
cold-fused Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014   Traditional Artist
I just noticed I recognize your drafting table - I have the same one!
SurfTiki Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Isnt it a awesome table?!?
I saved up for mine and then got a killer deal on it at Aaron Bros. just wish i had a better space for it.
cold-fused Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014   Traditional Artist
I do absolutely love it :D

Lightweight, holds everything, very durable, and the glass table top is the icing on the cake!

Now I just need to start using it as a drafting table, and stop using it as a kitchen table.
SurfTiki Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
It makes a great light table.

And yeah its gotta be used for drafting.
Watch the top as it can only handle 45 pounds of weight.

And its quite nice to work at.
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