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“Design is the Rhythm and Reason of my life.”
Martheus began his career as an intern at Signature Advertising. After completing his internship, he worked as a graphic designer and art director. After two years he struck out on his own as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator.
Martheus has illustrated for Bloodstream for Image Comics, Shooting Star Comics, Chaos Campus for Approbation Comics and Andrew Dabb’s Slices just to name a few. Recently, he has worked on such titles as Action Man for Hasbro, the Marvel Comics Masterpiece Card Series, and illustrated, wrote, and produced a comic book crossover called Jetta/Shi: Arrow of Destiny with his character Jetta, and William Tucci’s Shi.
His work has been used for the movie Role Models from Universal Pictures as well as for the instructional DVD and book, Hi-Fi Digital Color for Comics II available from IMPACT Publishing.
His newest all ages comic book series, Shinobi: Ninja Princess, was released in 2015 to rave reviews and a follow up is scheduled for spring 2017.
Tim Smith is a local art teacher that has been sharing his love of art and all things fandom with students for 17 years. He was the featured artist for Con Nooga in 2014 and Shuddercon in 2015. He has become an international sketch card artist and is currently working with Upperdeck on his second Marvel project. He is a versatile multi-media artist whose work includes portraits, comics, fantasy, classic horror, steampunk and sketch cards.
Tom Nguyen is a Vietnamese-American visual artist who began his professional career freelancing for comic book publishers such as DC Comics and Marvel Comics from the age of 19. Building his name as an inker, he has worked on major titles such as Batman, Green Lantern, JLA, and Superman: The Man of Steel among others.
Tom has since quickly branched out into other areas professionally, such as pencilling, painting, and authoring two instructional books on comic book art. In addition, Tom has added photography to his resume in recent years with his commercial work for catalogs and portraits of glamour and fitness models.
Along with writer/artist Keith Champagne, Tom is the co-creator of the successful Kickstarter hit comic book The Switch.
In his spare time, Tom teaches art via his online workshop Art Samurai, runs photography lighting workshops, lifts weights, and plans his next areas of travel. .
Andy is a comic artist/illustrator from Chattanooga TN. His work includes Marvel/Upper Deck, Action Labs and was the featured artist for ConNooga in 2014 (Transformer!)
Chances are Dave Woodman has already touched your life and you didn't even realize it!
Everyone has seen some of Dave Woodman’s work whether you know it or not. As a small boy growing up on a working ranch in Southern Colorado, Dave Woodman had the belief that one day he would be an animator for Disney. He not only grew up to be a Disney animator, but he also received an Academy Award Nomination and won a Golden Globe Award for his work.
At age 17, Dave’s longtime idol, Lucille Ball, purchased some of his early caricature portraits of herself for her personal collection. He is a Member of The Academy of Television and The Society of Illustrators. His illustration work has received accolades from the greats in his field. He was the first to sculpt the hilarious Simpsons family and his most often seen logos are for The Laugh Factory and Phyllis Diller. In fact when Dave Woodman did this caricature for Phyllis Diller, she said “It looks more like me than I do!”
After working 20 years in animation (THE LITTLE MERMAID, BEAUTY AND THE BEST, ALADDIN, CHRISTMAS VACATION, titles, HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS titles, THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER [Mickey Mouse], Paula Abdul’s OPPOSITES ATTRACT video, HE-MAN, SHE-RA,and plenty of good projects you won’t remember) Whether it is for his jewelry, classic television show caricatures, or his altered stamp art Dave Woodman loves meeting and making new fans!
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