As the Artweeks exhibition will now not be happening you can see pages of Andrew's work for sale at www.andrewwildman.org/comics/
and he will also be appearing at comic conventions around the country this year including;
London Film and Comic Con - www.londonfilmandcomiccon.com
Thought Bubble - www.thoughtbubblefestival.com
Andrew Wildman is an artist who has worked on some of popular culture's best know characters. For a decade he worked for Marvel Comics illustrating books such as Spider-Man, The X-Men, Venom, Power Rangers as well as the book that he is still best known for; Transformers.
His career as an artist then took him into the world of Video Games where he designed concepts for a number of games including Aliens Vs Predator. He currently works as an art director and storyboard artist for TV on live-action shows such as Doctor Who, Luther, The Capture, The Alienist and The Innocents and animated shows that include Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave, Horrid Henry and The Clangers. He is also co-creator and art director of Channel5's breakthrough animated TV show; Shane the Chef.
In 2014 Andrew wrote and drew the celebrated graphic novel; HORIZON. A narrative that utilises his experience as a comic book artist and his training in 'personal development' and 'life coaching'. Described by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz as "An intriguing book that tells a great story in four wonderful dimensions: words, pictures, speech and space." More information about the book at www.horizongraphicnovel.com
He is currently creating his second graphic novel, storyboarding more shows and producing a number of online courses in ‘creative coaching’.
The courses begin with the book, HOW TO FIND YOUR CREATIVE IDENTITY. Details of how to get a FREE copy below.
He is a founder member and chairman of the OX7 based Creative Network, CNarts. A number of artists 'exhibiting' for Artweeks are also members. You can find out more about CNarts and how to get involved at www.cnarts.org