1. Cam Kendell

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    Cam Kendell is an illustrator and comic artist based in Orem, Utah. A digital and traditional artist, he became a freelancer after three years of painting miniatures. His absurd fantasy comics fulfil a personal fondness for drawing video game jokes, tentacles, gnomes and long Scraggly beards.

    Kendell studied illustration and fine art at Utah Valley University. He served as Art Director and Trainer for the world renowned miniature wargaming painting studio Blue Table Painting.

    In 2014, he made the leap to freelance and released an ongoing webcomic, The Legend of Percival Pundragon. It started as an outlet for all the things that tickled made him but quickly developed into a fully realised world. Now, two years, three issues and sixty pages later, Kendell is imbued with the characters and their world and is hard at work on the next three issues.

    In 2015, Kendell coloured ‘The Inventor’, a short story written and illustrated by Jake Parker, featured in issue three of Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard. Kendell is currently colouring Jake Parker’s fantasy adventure graphic novel SkyHeart.

    For the past two years, Kendell has been sharing his knowledge (and awkwardness) on YouTube. He talks about his process and career, all while fighting a frog in his throat. There is only a handful of videos currently, but they are well worth watching.

    To see more of Cam Kendell’s work head over to his website, Tumblr, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. You can also support him on Patreon and pick up some of comics or original art from his shop.