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Brandon Peterson
United States
Current Residence: Tampa/St. Pete, FL
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL
Print preference: I don't have one
Favourite genre of music: Alternative
Favourite photographer: Not that into photography. Sorry.
Favourite style of art: Craig Mullins
Operating System: Windows XP SP 2
MP3 player of choice: Ipod
Shell of choice: Not a code guy.
Wallpaper of choice: My own art. EGOOOOOOO!
Skin of choice: The one I was born in
Favourite cartoon character: George Bush
Personal Quote: "Basically..." My friends will get it.
I'm Brandon Peterson, and I've been working as an illustrator in comics professionally over a dozen years. I primarily pencil and ink, but I do my own colors on covers and when I have enough time, which isn't that often. I've also written a few series for myself and others in my career.

I'm currently exclusively working in comics with Marvel Comics for another few years, and there I've worked on books like Ultimate Vision, Ultimate Extinction, Strange, Ultimate X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, Magneto Rex, X-Men, and Uncanny X-Men.

I was also VP of Special Projects and Art Director of the now defunct CrossGen Comics, where I worked on titles like Mystic and Chimera. I spent a very long time working for Top Cow Productions, where I did runs on the comics like Codename: Strykeforce, Cyberforce, Ripclaw, Medieval Spawn/Witchblade, and my own book, Arcanum.

I go to a number of conventions over the year, most notably MegaCon in Orlando, Heroes Con in Charlotte, the San Diego Comic-Con, and the Baltimore Comic-Con.

I've had my art appear in numerous publications outside of comics, and I have also done work for video game companies and some TV and animation work as well.

You can reach me at brandonpeterson [at] aol [dot] com


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orcus35 Featured By Owner May 27, 2015  Student Artist
Just saw your great art of Tao Feng, never thought of doing the ones from Eternal Champions?
TonyDennison Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2013
I really enjoyed your art in Age of Ultron.
Poppelupus Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I usually dislike superheroes stuff. But you got me, dude. You got me!
GearsX Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2012
I've seen your work in Medieval Spawn/Witchblade. Kick ass job on the comic, man
lucwiz50 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2012
Hey, check out Jeremy Roberts's Justice League and let him know what you think!


Maybe even favorite it?
KdiOtox Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2012
these thy illustrations has faithfully as sense of the Beautiful,... Beautiful!

M. Bison: Eyes of the tonality of a White Dwarf Star.


these are the links to my works



fly23bird Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011
hey,um im not sure if you read these brandon, but i hope you will, im 17 at a british school ,and i plan to become a graphic novelist, so i wanted to ask you to give me some tips towards that goal, in any case, thank you for creating such amazing art, artists like you and your camarades always inspire me.
jbyrd117 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Draw nonstop, learn/study and get extremely comfortable with anatomy, perspective, light (reflective light etc.) and forms, shadows (cast shadows, form shadows), PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. Study your favorite artists and use their influence from all of them to form a style of your own. I'm not a professional comic book artist but I'm 99.9% sure the advice I just gave you would help you reach your goal.
fly23bird Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
how would i be able to study my favourite artists work without stealing it.. id rather not risk losing my account :S i plactice shadows, and im going to practice as much as i can. thank you, and how do you study your favourite artist?. im realy greatfull of your response
jbyrd117 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
You wouldn't lose your account. Artists have borrowed styles and influence from other artists for as long as I can remember. Even the old masters!

Just look at the pictures you like and ask yourself what about those pictures is it that you like? Try some drawings in their styles and include those things you like from their pictures. After you've focused on one artists technique and style, move on to another. After you have tried many artists styles you will ultimately end up with a style that you can call your own that has small hints of their work. It's like a melting pot of art.
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