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

Triumph Lost – the directors cut

By | New Art, Tutorials | 2 Comments

Triumph Lost – progression
Description: Thought I would give you all a step-by-step for the last piece I posted Triumph Lost. Just a little insight into my process, for this piece at least. I really didn’t know what I was going to do until I did it. I think I will be doing more of these, step-by-steps in the future. So stay tuned.

Hope you enjoy!


All artwork © Kevin Myers 2007

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Triumph Lost

By | Character Designs, New Art | 2 Comments

Triumph Lost
Description:I have not been able to post nearly as often as I would like. But that is the way it goes. A lot of the stuff I have done recently I am unable to post just now. Haven’t been published, printed or announced by the client. So I am stuck in a holding pattern. What ya gonna do?

Here is a piece I did a while back, just now posting it. Not sure if I am digging the piece completely… I did have fun creating it though, so for me that’s all the matters. I am still experimenting and playing with painting techniques, it’s a blast just to get going on a piece and play till your done.

Anyway let me know what you guys think.


All artwork © Kevin Myers 2007

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Link Spotlight

By | Links Spotlight | No Comments

Joshua Janes
Description: I thought that if I have folks listed in my Links section that I might should at least introduce them. So Josh was the first one to pay me off.

Joshua Janes is a talented artist in is own mind. Well and mine too. 😉 What I love about Josh’s work is his dynamic compostions with flawless composition with incredible colors. Now Josh’s work is great in pencil form but for me his work rushes to life when color and textures are added. Take for example the piece below, the scale textures that flow with the form are simply incredible.

This is just one of my favorite pieces by Josh there are many, many, more. Check out his work at and
Plus, you should really check out his original character Zeak Yolkum™ on

Look for more of these types of Posts, featuring other artists, in the future.



Zeak Yolkum™ Joshua Janes 2007 – V-twin Dragon© Joshua Janes 2007

Killer Girl

By | Character Designs, New Art | 5 Comments

Killer Girl
Description: Just an idea for a character that I am playing with and I am also continuing on with some experimentation with coloring techniques. Kinda diggin’ that grittier look, it’s a nice deviation from the crisp illustrator lines.

All artwork © Kevin Myers 2007

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By | New Art | One Comment

Description: Hey there! I have been really digging Anjin Anhut’s work. Some really awesome gritty stuff. His work has inspired me to break out of my neat little clean shell and play around with something that might loosely and I mean loosely resemble his style. I don’t think I was quite able to channel Anjin but I am happy with this little adventure. What do you think?

You should check out Anjin’s work, it is definitely worth the look! Click it, go ahead you know you want to!

Later -k