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I am a professional comic book colourist working out of London, England. I have work published by or in production with BBC Books, DC comics, IDW, Image, Markosia, Marvel, Medikidz & Zenescope & work as both freelance and on the HiFi Color Design team.
Favorite visual artistToo many to name!Favorite moviesPixar, Dreamworks and Disney cover the majority.Favorite TV showsFirefly, Stargate, Buffy, BSG, Star Trek -- you get the idea. Favorite bands / musical artistsSpringsteen, Jovi, Posion, KISS -- again - you can see where this is going. Favorite booksASM, Batman, The Flash, Aquaman, Liberty Medows, Berona's War.Favorite writersGeoff Johns, Dan Slott, Terry Goodkind, Terry Pratchett.Favorite gamesHalo Series, Half Life: Portal, Guild Wars 2 (probably)Favorite gaming platformX-Box 360 / PCTools of the TradeWacom / photoshop / illustratorOther InterestsRoller derby, live music, theatre and dancin'.
I spent a couple hours in the very early morning last week talking with Jerzy Drozd and Rob Stenzinger on Lean Into Art about color and coloring comics. If you want to check out the show while you're working away on some art then you can either play the embedded video below or pop along to www.leanintoart.com or Jerzy's youtubechannel.
I'd recommend visiting the site or youtube either way so you can check out the Lean Into Art archives if you're new to the show and get yourself many hours of informative entertainment, and if you really like the show like me then you can go and check out their Patreon too!