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Phil Judd

Year of birth - 1966
Training - Trained with television workshop in animation in 1980's. Worked with Hanna Barbera for one and half years as inbetweener/animator. Then went on to work on first Footrot Flats film. Studied at Art College for two years in painting drawing and printmaking.
First published in - I was first published in 1981 when still at school. My first big print achievement was in 1988 in the Australian Woman's Weekly. I also achieved some regular cartoons printed in a gardening magazine at that time.
Year first published - 1988
Cartoons published in - Australian Woman's Weekly, Australian Post Magazine,Your Pet, Urbantails, mivision, Bark, Australian People, Gardening Scene, Boar it up Ya! magazines. Phil also works for Gary Clark on the Australian cartoon strip 'Swamp'.
Exhibitions - 1988 and 1989 at Tafe Art College, Hornsby, Australia
Awards - Phil Judd won the best 'Sports Cartoon' award at the Australian Rotary Cartoon competition in 2008. Feel free to check out more of Phil's work at www.comic-express.com
Books illustrated - Book of poetry in 1980's by local poet. Involved in computer processing and colouring for Australian comic strip 'Swamp' by Gary Clark for books printing his daily strip in Sweden, Japan and Australia.
Specific expertise - Can create wide variety of illustrative/cartooning styles. Creating animations in Flash.

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