Palace Entrance

Big Barbarian Guy

Pit Stop - Wip

James Paick is a Korean concept artist known for his environment design.

Working out of Los Angeles, He was a full time environment concept artist for NC Soft, Santa Monica. I am currently a full time contract concept artist and have made my own company called Scribble Pad Studios which deals with everything from gaming development, book covers, theme park designs, illustration, character design, set design etc.
Located in Los Angeles, Ca. Concept artist for video game dev. Graduated from Art Center College of Design, Illustration/Entertainment Design, 2004.

James Paick

A Mid Summer night's dream
Its an illustration inspired by the Midsummer Night's Dream by Shakespeare.


Xioqing / Watercolor, Acrylic, and Graphite / 2010/

Standard of beauty in western culture causes popularity of plastic surgery among Oriental Asians”

Tae Querney was originally born in Seoul, South Korea, and at the young age of 9, moved to Seattle, Washington, USA. Querney currently lives in New York City.

Tae Querney

Wolverine #2

Jae Lee is a Korean-American comic book artist who has worked on such titles as Hellshock, The Inhumans, and The Dark Tower: Gunslinger Born. Jae was born in South Korea in 1972 and immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1977. He got his start at Marvel Comics illustrating a Beast story arc in the Marvel Comics Presents title. Jae's first major project was a 13 issue story arc on Namor, the Sub-Mariner. During a two year period, Jae illustrated small story arcs on Spider-Man and X-Factor.

Batman: Gotham Knights #57 (DC)

In 1993, the Image Comics company was formed by several major comic talents that wanted a better deal for characters they create themselves. Jae illustrated the first few issues of two of these series (WildC.A.T.S. Trilogy and Youngblood Strikefile) before trying his hand at creating his own series.

Fantastic Four 1234 #3

In 1994, Hellshock was born. The series was a supernatural tale of a fallen angel, but Jae was not happy with the final product. Three years later, Hellshock was re-launched. This time the series was a psychological mystery rather than a straight-forward supernatural horror. Unfortunately, Jae pulled the plug on the series a year later with only 3 issues produced. The series was finally wrapped-up in 2007 when the final issue was completed and packaged in graphic novel format.

Devil May Cry #1 Alternate Cover (DW)

Widowmaker #2


Lee first rose to prominence in the industry for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics.

Lee also worked with artist Richard Isanove and writers Robin Furth and Peter David on Marvel Comics' The Dark Tower comic series, based on Stephen King's The Dark Tower novels. He will illustrate King's latest Dark Tower novel, The Wind Through the Keyhole, which is scheduled for publication in 2012.

Jae Lee

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