A major portion of my business comes from the production of comic books. I am a flatter and colorist. A flatter prepares the lineart for the colorist by pre-coloring each object with a separate color in order that each object may be easily selected during the shading process. My standard fee for flatting is 15 dollars per page or 30 for double pages, etc. Along with flatting I also do digital coloring, lettering, and inking, but fees for those services vary. You can see my name listed among the credits of witchblade issues 72, 73, 74.
I have worked on various comic books including:
X-Men, Xforce, Spiderman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Lady Death, Judge Dredd vs Aliens, Micronauts, Voltron, Judge Dredd, LeatherJack, Fantastic Four, Tombraider, He-Man, Spookshow, El Cazador, Justice League, Scion, the Gift, Cursed, Mace Griffen, Snake Plisken Chronicles, G.I. Joe., Gara Galaxy, Silver Surfer, Aya, Boba Fett, Spike, Angel, Batman, Batgirl, Batwing, Black Panther, Lone Ranger, Punisher, Leaving Megalopolis: Surviving Megalopolis, Teen Titans, Sentry, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Hawkman, Red Sonja, Dread Alive, StepenSegovia, Witches, Transformers, Banzai Girl, Iron Man, Hulk, Dare Devil, Agents of Shield, Black Science, Avengers, Captain America, Thor, Kickass, Green Lantern, Doom War, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Sinestro, Buck Rogers, Jungle Girl, Thunderbolts, Red Sonja, DC Universe Rebirth, World’s Finest, Trigon, Secret Six, GreenLantern, Death Stroke, Planet of the Apes, Hal Jordan and Green Lantern Corps, etc. You name it, I’ve probably worked on it. I’ve worked on comics from every major comic book company and most of the small ones including Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Avatar, Archie, MoonStone, Dreamwave Productions, the now defunct Crossgen, etc. I also flatted the pages which were colored by Dean White used for the special effects for the KickAss movie and the book Stan Lee’s How to Draw Comics and the Marvel Masterworks. I did flats for those covers and I did color restorations for the Master Works also.
How many pages have I worked on? Well if I started counting in the year 2002 as of April Second 2017 I have worked on 7810 comic book pages. And boy are my arms tired!
The picture above is I colored for a contest for “freakshow” and serves as a demonstration, but other coloring samples can be provided if necessary.