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My Bio
I'm a 1996 graduate of The Joe Kubert School, located in Dover, New Jersey. I was trained in advanced commercial illustration and design techniques, by professional artists working in the field today. I have over 17 years as a proffessional digital illustrator using Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark and many other programs.

During my career I have worked with many well known companies on high profile projects. Including: Looney Tunes, Winnie the Pooh, Star Trek, Batman, the Wild Thornsberrys, Everything for Early Learning, the Complete Book of series and many others.

Favourite Visual Artist
Berni Wrightson, Frank Frezetta, Norman Rockwell, Simon Bisley, Adam Kubert, Jack Davis, Dave Guertin, Greg Baldwin,
Favourite Movies
Snatch, Serenity, Tombstone, Zombieland, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Favourite TV Shows
Sons of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, Grimm, Game of Thrones, Hell on Wheels, Justified, Supernatural, Modern Family, The Middle
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Tom Petty, Offspring, Nickelback, Kid Rock, Gangstagrass, The Bottle Rockets, Blackberry Smoke
Favourite Books
Repairman Jack, Twilight of the dead, Troy Rising series, Rainbow Six, Joe Ledger Series, The Jester, The Morningstar Strain, A Dirty Job, Wigfield, Saga of the Seven Suns, Dragon's Tears, Dresden Files, Monster Hunter Inc., Magic Time, Under the Dome,
Favourite Writers
Larry Correia, J.L. Bourne, Max Brooks, Christopher Moore, Z.A. Recht, John Ringo, Jonathan Maberry, David Weber & John Ringo, F. Paul Wilson, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, Craig DiLouie, Peter Clines, Dean Koontz, William R. Forstchen
Favourite Games
Deadspace 1-2, Uncharted 1-3, Infamous 1-2, Borderlands, Burnout Paradise, Oddworld stranger's wrath, Rochard, Warp, Bioshock, Portal 1-2
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Photoshop, Illustrator, Carrara
Other Interests
Motorcycles and Touring

Zombieland TV

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ZOMBIELAND TV SERIES... Ok, I watched the new Zombieland episode 1 on Amazon and I really wanted to like it. I loved the movie, but this new series left me nothing but disappointed. The show had a few pretty funny moments. The constant killing of their new companions was a good. Also, the beginning of the episode with the two douche bag co-workers talking about how bad the guy's day had been as people are getting eaten behind them was funny... and then they introduced Tallahassee's doppelganger and the show collapsed. Don't get me wrong I have no problem with that actor, he would be great on the show playing a brand new character with an a
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Let the blood and guts flow. I have the website completed and the first three pages of the book are now online. Please swing by and check it out. http://www.lostdogsmc.com/index.html New pages on the middle and end of every month. Later Josh
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Well, hello everyone. It's been a long frig'n time, but I am back... lucky you, right? Yeah piss off the bunch of ya. I know some where deep down you missed me. Well for the past few years I've been pretty much booked solid, but some free time has opened up and I'm making the best of it... yep drinking and riding. Oh and occasionally sitting my fat arse down and doing an illustration or two. So I decided to get back to the things I loved growing up... monsters, creatures and bikes. I'm currently working on LOST DOGS, a story about a biker club trying to survive the end of the world. From here on out I'm going to start posting a new i
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Thanks for the watch!
Awesome gallery!
Thanks for the watch! :)
Great stuff! Thoroughly impressed :)
Thank you. Much appreciated!
Wow dude, I still totally fail to realise just how much work you've done in the industry. Over the past two decades how much have things changed? I was a young tyke or something back in 1996 and wouldn't have a clue what the illustration industry was like back then. Too busy playing Resident Evil probably. Have things gotten easier with the advent of digital heavy media and the internet? What's the demand like for freelancers?