I do art. Please take a few moments to check out my gallery and let me know what you think of my stuff.
I am intermittently available to do work as a colorist, a sequential artist and an illustrator. Please contact me at pauljohnlittle AT yahoo DOT com to inquire about rates, availability and experience. I'd love to hear from you! One thing, though: I don't do spec work, so please don't ask.
My color work has appeared in a number of books including Bomb Queen, Xenoholics, I Love Trouble, No Place Like Home, Reality Check, Tiffany's Epiphany, Dynamo 5 and the Harvey Award-nominated Fractured Fables HC from Image, The Harvey Award-nominated Once Upon A Time Machine anthology from Dark Horse, a few Zuda comics, and a load of independent work. I contributed to Ape Entertainment's line of all-ages licensed titles, coloring most of the run of Pocket God, as well as stories appearing in Shrek, Kung-Fu Panda, Fruit Ninja and Penguins of Madagascar. I post frequent updates to my journal, so just keep an eye up at the top of the screen to stay abreast of my current activities!
Five Weapons (Shadowline/Image)
Morning Glories (Image Comics)
Midnight Tiger (Action Lab)
All Crime Comics (House of Secrets)
Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream (Locust Moon Press)
Reyn (Image Comics)
Non-Humans (Image Comics)
Murder Book (Dark Horse)
I'm usually able to squeeze in color commissions, and I'll do simple one- or two-character pieces for $30 via Paypal. Anything with a background is at least $40. Just drop me a line if you're interested!
It's been a long time since I last produced superhero-style art myself, but if you'd like a commission such as the ones I've been posting recently ("Ehrmantraut," "The Don," etc.), those are available for $50. I work entirely digital these days, so you'll get a hi-res (400 dpi) CMYK tiff file, as there exists no physical art to be delivered.
Commissions are currently: OPEN! Drop me a line!
Am I currently available for work: KINDA, BUT NOT REALLY! Thanks for your interest, but I'm booked up 'til at least summer 2014. I can squeeze a few things in here and there, but for now I'm sticking with projects by folks I've already worked with in the past and not dying of a heart attack like so many of the poor overworked bastards who came up a few years before I did. This business can be a real bitch.