Monday, August 6, 2012

Kimberly M. Zamlich

Artwork by Kimberly M. Zamlich
Tuff-Girl TM and © Bryan Mon

Kim is a painter who has transitioned those skills well to digital media. A soft, storybook quality comes through in most of her work.

Kim is a self-employed illustrator working in both traditional and digital media. She work a stint for the Walt Disney Company.

My association with Kim first came through her husband, Greg.  Greg and I had worked as young character artists at Walt Disney Consumer Products group. Years later when I was at Cartoon Network, the illustration group was in need of some digital artists. We directed some work to Greg and later found that much of the work was being handled by his wife, Kim. She created the above image for “Unstoppable Tuff-Girl”, issue no. 2.

Check out her blog (a.k.a. “LePardine”):

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