Andy Smith Art
Professional Comic Book Illustrator
Andy Smith has been working as a professional artist since 1991. Mostly working in the field of comic books for major publishers such as Marvel, DC, Image, Acclaim and, Cross Gen Ent. Not content with just comic book projects Andy has also done a variety of commercial jobs for clients such as Athlita Entertainment/ Chicago Bears, The Idaho Potato Commission, and Disney to name a few. Andy is also the best selling author of “Drawing Dynamic Comics” published by Watson-Guptill in 2000. The book is currently in its seventh printing. Andy’s second book “Drawing American Manga Super-heroes” was published by Watson-Guptill in 2007.
OTHER COMIC BOOK WORK
These are some of the drawings I did for the 2018 Chicago Bears Season turning some of their players into the Monsters of the Midway. It was a very successful campaign that I worked with Athlita Comics on.
These are a set of illustrations done for a couple novels by Stephen Pytak, "Damned if I do" and "Damned if I don't".
His books can be purchased at www.mazzpress.com
I get a number of requests to draw people as custom superheroes. These make great one of a kind gifts and here are some examples. Please inquire for pricing.
A family of Chicago Bears fans!
The family cheers for the Bears and wanted to show their pride as a team of super-heroes!
This was for Father's Day, a lovely piece the wife had me do to present to her husband for that special day.
This hero likes cats
A super football player
A hero and is dog
The hero of Yale Forklifts
A super Panther fan
Harry Potter and his new friend
The Music Man
The Soccer Heroes!
Playing catch with Batman
The singing super Lawyer
A new Green Lantern of Earth
Some of these were done for fun and some were done for clients.
Besides working for other companies I have some creator-owned properties as well. These can be licensed out to your company.
Created with "MEG" author Steve Alten
Created with Keith Champagne
In 2004 I did a drawing for my daughter for Christmas, she was 1 and 1/2 at the time. It’s a tradition I’m still doing for her every year.
The theme is always my character 1stMan with whatever character or theme she is really into at the time. Here they are in chronological order, she’s building up quite the collection!