Carinae (pronounced Kuh-REE-nuh) Davey is almost exclusively a digital artist because it fits well within her hectic convention schedule and her day job. Her work can be described as color block, line art, pop art, or comic book style, with an aesthetic that is uniquely her own. She's been creating art since she was old enough to hold a crayon.
While she absolutely attributes her art business to The Walking Dead, it certainly is not her only fandom or outlet for creativity. Her art stretches from TWD to Marvel and DC, Sherlock, tabletop RPGs and other games. On her Instagram, you might even see a 3D or sfx makeup look.
Rob Prior is a painter, producer, and motion picture director who works out of Los Angeles.
A fixture on the convention circuit, it's easy to find Rob on the convention floor. Just look for the large crowd of people watching a man paint with both hands, often with his eyes closed.
Scott Spillman’s impressive resume includes commercial work for well-known companies such as Harley-Davidson, Lucas Films, the NFL, and many more.
Yet it is his experience as a fine artist, blending unique style, elegance and technique, that he transitioned to the expansive comic convention scene. Needless to say, Scott's stunning work did not go unnoticed. It was shortly after his convention debut that he became a featured Guest Artist for events both in the United States and Internationally. Scott’s highly sought-after work has not only been highlighted in books and magazines but has made appearances in an AMC television commercial as well as AMC's The Walking Dead 100th episode documentary, Behind the Dead. His ever-increasing fanbase includes several celebrities that have his work on display in their homes. Blending fine art with fan art, Scott continues expanding his vision to include a variety of renowned horror icons as well as tapping into the pulse of pop culture beyond the horror genre. He strives to deliver what the fans desire most, and the added element of live painting during shows, allows the opportunity for a more personalized connection to them.
Known to most as the Black and White Guy, Robin Overton creates beautifully detailed drawings with just a pencil and paper. Drawing has been a hobby of his since early childhood.
More recently, it has opened the door to countless opportunities to showcase his artwork at conventions all over the United States and Europe.
He carries the name, "The Black and White Guy", with tremendous pride. Scott Wilson (Hershel!) dubbed him “The Black and White Guy” when Robin gifted him an original drawing of his character in 2015.
Robin's work spans multiple genres including, but not limited to, TWD, Marvel, DC, Game of Thrones, Arrow, and Outlander.
The memories made through this unbelievable adventure are so special to him and he is so grateful to have been given a gift that allows him to meet so many wonderful people along the way.
Kirk Manley is a father, husband, illustrator, designer and comic book artist. He is a die hard film, television, music, comic book, and video game addict. He worships anything created by Joss Whedon, Adam Hughes, Robert Kirkman, Marvel and Apple. He has too many comic books, action figures and SuperHero movies for a man his age. He loves Twitter, enjoys Instagram, hates FaceBook and doesn’t know WTF Snapchat is. He spends waaaay to much time celebrating The Walking Dead and illustrating zombies of all sizes and shapes. He dreams one day of being Batman.
Kirk’s illustration combines realism with comic book styling, creating uniquely powerful interpretations of both established and original characters. His work has been featured on io9 and Geek Tyrant as well as many other pop culture sites. His popular Walking Dead Episode Tribute art hangs in the writing offices of the AMC hit show. He has had work published by DC comics as well as a number of independents. His popular self published comic Z-Girl and the 4 Tigers is up to 6 issues and is available for purchase online. For more information visit Kirk’s illustration studio.
Tim Proctor is a freelance artist / illustrator whose work consists of pet portraits and pop culture illustrations.
Tim works primarily in acrylic, marker and pencil on a variety of surfaces. His work can also be seen in 3D formats as custom dioramas and light displays.
In addition to creating art, he can also been seen portraying walkers on AMC's hit television show The Walking Dead. To date Tim has appeared in 20 episodes throughout seasons 5,6,7,8 and 9.
When not in his studio working, he can be found attending various conventions around the globe as an artist and actor.
Sooki Martinsen has many years of experience as a Film Editor, Animator, Production Assistant, and Graphic Designer. She has worked on projects specializing in corporate marketing, with some clients that are internationally the most successful in their field.
She has worked on several documentary films including "Our Last Stand" (Revolution Me Film Fest Winner "Best Director of a Documentary Film" & "Best Documentary Film"), "Christians in the Mirror," "Oscar's Cuba" and "Cuba's Hope.”
She was an Assistant Film Editor for the Emmy Award Nominated & Silver Telly Award Winning Documentary Film - "Silver Wings, Flying Dreams" about the WWII Women Air Force Service Pilots, aka... the WASP.
Sooki is new to the comic con world and has painted several pop culture icons including characters from The Walking Dead, Stranger Things and more!