Client Testimonials

"Kevin worked for me remotely across two time zones and the results were fabulous. He is a talented illustrator and flash guru! He took our basic concepts and turned them into more than we imagined. His artistic talents make him an incredible asset and a great value to any project he works on!"

− Jennifer French Knutson- Wunderman Seattle

"Kevin is an incredible illustrator who helped us design our current AMC KidsPack™ and marketing materials for the campaign, along with many other unique designs and projects. His attention to detail, unique illustration style and willingness to work with clients really sets Kevin apart from the field. I would recommend Kevin to any business that needs design or illustration work."

− David Codding - AMC Theatres

"Kevin has always been extremely passionate about what he does. That passion, combined with his talents, make him an extremely valuable, "go to" type of employee, one I could always count on"

− Dennis Pruitt - VML, inc

"Kevin is a consummate professional whose precise attention to detail compliments a masterful skill set and boundless imagination."

− Mike Bullock - Lions, Tigers, and Bears Hermes Press

"I’ve worked with Kevin Myers on various projects over the past 20 years and his ability to create mind blowing illustrations never ceases to amaze me. I’d recommend his talents to anyone in the market for top level illustration and design work. "

− Joshua Janes - Keep Turning, LLC

Kick-Ass Maniac

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Typically, in comics, you have a penciler, then a separate inker, and then a separate colorist. Sometimes, especially for cover art, there is only one artist.

I like working on all the stages, because it allows me to see more than I usually see in the pencil stage. Little things that help to make a more interesting image.
For this piece, I added more to the cityscape and made some changes to the Kick-Ass Maniac’s costume. All from the coloring stage. If I only did the pencils, I wouldn’t have realized I needed to make adjustments and the inker, colorist may have just followed my blueprints and not added the finishing touches.
I think that the one artist approach is beneficial to the art.
Kick-Ass Maniac

TECC Force

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I am proud to be part of Keysight Technologies first comic to promote some of their key products. Keysight provided the script and I provided penciled, inked and colored pages. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did while creating this book. To see the completed book go here.



The Damn Michael Che show on HBOMax

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I had the pleasure to work on a couple of skits in The Damn Michael Che show on HBOMax. Out now. I worked on The Policeman sketch based on the 90s X-Men animated series in episode 1 and I also worked on Atomic Twan in episode 4. I was happy to work with Visual Creatures on creating these two pieces. I was able to do character design, environments and keyframes. It was an honor, take a look if you get the chance.