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Freddie E. Williams II

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-09-10 07:35:58 freddieart Last Name Williams Williams II
2013-09-10 07:35:58 freddieart Suffix Jr. none
2012-02-04 15:10:27 aaronmoish Last Name Williams II Williams
2012-02-04 15:10:27 aaronmoish Suffix Jr.
2011-10-20 15:22:44 mikebo Suffix none
2011-10-20 15:22:44 mikebo DOB 05-30-1977 May 30th, 1977
2011-10-20 15:22:44 mikebo Notes Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like many other comic artists). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice. Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like many other comic artists). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice.
2011-10-20 11:21:50 freddieart Suffix none
2011-10-20 11:21:50 freddieart Notes Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice. Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like many other comic artists). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice.
2011-10-20 11:19:35 freddieart Suffix none
2011-10-20 11:15:49 freddieart Suffix none
2011-10-20 11:15:49 freddieart Bio Freddie E. Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005, while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including, JSA Allstars, The Flash, Final Crisis Aftermath:RUN, "52" #31, Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31, Outsiders #45 & 46, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow and Shocking Gun Tales to name a few. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his PC skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He recently wrote a book on digital drawing comics that is part of the DC Comics How to series - "The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics". Freddie now works mostly digitally, only commission pieces and select pages from the monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C. comics series, "Captain Atom" from The New 52 reboot. Freddie E. Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005, while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including, JSA Allstars, The Flash, Final Crisis Aftermath:RUN, "52" #31, Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31, Outsiders #45 & 46, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow and Shocking Gun Tales to name a few. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his PC skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. Freddie recently wrote a book on digital drawing comics that is part of the DC Comics How to series - "The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics". He now works mostly digitally, only commission pieces and select pages from the monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C. comics series, "Captain Atom" from The New 52 reboot.
2011-10-20 10:45:42 freddieart Suffix none
2011-10-20 10:45:42 freddieart Bio Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digitally, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series, "The Flash" Freddie E. Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005, while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including, JSA Allstars, The Flash, Final Crisis Aftermath:RUN, "52" #31, Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31, Outsiders #45 & 46, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow and Shocking Gun Tales to name a few. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his PC skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He recently wrote a book on digital drawing comics that is part of the DC Comics How to series - "The DC Comics Guide to Digitally Drawing Comics". Freddie now works mostly digitally, only commission pieces and select pages from the monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C. comics series, "Captain Atom" from The New 52 reboot.
2011-10-20 10:28:38 freddieart Suffix none
2011-10-20 10:28:38 freddieart Birthplace Little Rock, Arkansas
2008-06-10 22:29:22 freddieart Suffix none
2008-06-10 22:29:22 freddieart Website http://freddieart.homeip.net http://freddieart.com
2008-05-16 12:52:29 freddieart Suffix none
2008-05-16 12:52:29 freddieart Bio Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digitally, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series,” ROBIN" Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digitally, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series, "The Flash"
2007-12-26 05:31:41 Calib@n Suffix none
2007-12-26 05:31:41 Calib@n Bio Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he seen a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he has had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin, where he continues his run from #149 to 156. There is a small break on issues #157 & #158, for a cross over with Clarion the Witchboy, which is being drawn by Frasier Irving. Freddie is back on Robin #159 to the preset issue. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skill and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digital, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series,” ROBIN" Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he saw a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin starting with issue #149. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skills and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digitally, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series,” ROBIN"
2007-04-25 12:54:59 freddieart Suffix none
2007-04-25 12:54:59 freddieart Bio Freddie Williams II grew up in Kansas City, Kansas, though he now resides in Lees Summit, Mo. He started drawing comics seriously from the young age of 15, after he seen a copy of “The Uncanny X-man #272” featuring Jim Lee's artwork. From that point on he has had his heart set on drawing comics for a living. In 2005 while attending the San Diego Comic Con, Freddie submitted a portfolio for the DC Talent Search. A few months later he received a call be a fill in artist for Seven Soldiers: Mister Miracle #2, 3 and 4, as well as a fill in artist for Aquaman #39, from there he was selected to be the monthly artist for Robin, where he continues his run from #149 to 156. There is a small break on issues #157 & #158, for a cross over with Clarion the Witchboy, which is being drawn by Frasier Irving. Freddie is back on Robin #159 to the preset issue. Freddie has also done fill in issues and other work for several other DC, Image, Palladium and Independent Comic companies books including "52" #31 – Robin origin, Blue Beetle #15, Firestorm #31 , Outsiders #45 & 46, Invincible #32, Noble Causes 12 - 18 & 25, Chance of a Lifetime, Wargod, Project Eon, Lonebow, Shocking Gun Tales. For a full list of Freddie's work, please check out his website checklist page. Over the years Freddie worked in various art jobs honing his pc skill and learning to work via Photoshop and Illustrator. He had worked traditionally for years with blue line pro art board, non-repro blue pencils and inking pens and figured after what he knew maybe he would combine his love of comics with new technology. He now works completely digital, only commission pieces and maybe a few pages of his choice from monthly issues are done traditionally. Freddie is currently the artist of the D.C .comics series,” ROBIN"
2006-02-17 09:17:10 NotEasyBeingGreen Suffix none
2006-02-17 09:17:10 NotEasyBeingGreen Notes Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice. Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice.
2006-02-17 09:16:53 NotEasyBeingGreen Suffix none
2006-02-17 09:16:53 NotEasyBeingGreen Notes Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross. Though I am sure there are some residual influences from those artists on my structure and storytelling, I have been making a deliberate effort to ignore outside influences. I just want to become the artist I am, and find my own creative voice.
2006-02-17 09:16:21 NotEasyBeingGreen Suffix none
2006-02-17 09:16:21 NotEasyBeingGreen Birthplace Arkansas
2006-02-17 09:16:21 NotEasyBeingGreen Notes Early on, Jim Lee was my idol. I wanted to be a Jim Lee clone (like millions of other comic artist). Eventually I started looking at Travis Charest, then graduating to Mike Mignola and Frank Miller and Alex Ross.
2006-02-17 09:14:30 NotEasyBeingGreen Suffix none
2006-02-17 09:14:30 NotEasyBeingGreen DOB 05-30-1977
2006-02-17 09:14:30 NotEasyBeingGreen Birthplace Arkansas
2006-02-17 09:14:30 NotEasyBeingGreen E-mail few_artnews@yahoo.com
2006-02-17 09:14:30 NotEasyBeingGreen Website http://freddieart.homeip.net


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