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A well-respected veteran inker with a wide range of experience in the industry, Walden Wong has worked with all of the major studios, including many high profile projects. Of the generation of inkers to enter the industry in the wake of the Image Comics formation, Walden is one of the few top inkers who does not owe his development to time spent at a studio. Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Walden has worked for practically every publisher out there, including DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, and even VIZ media. You can see his name on a variety of titles every year. He can currently be found working around the clock at his studio inking.



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Just found out today that I was nominated for comic book inking in the categories of MOST-ADAPTABLE and the PROPS AWARD! 

Listed on the Inkwell Awards ballot now live...

Voting runs from April 15-30.

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WaldenWong Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015
Thank you!
AlonsoEspinoza Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav, man!
Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2015   General Artist
sure.  I understand.  I was just going off on a tangent betting into computer tech.
WaldenWong Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015
Oh no, I meant I have so many scans of art work I've done, it would take days for me to post them all with commentary.  I haven't posted anything on my blog since April.  And looking at my folder of published work, there's 35 different projects since.
Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015   General Artist
Gosh.  What kind of computer - PC or Mac?  Discrete graphics card(s)?  What size? 

I'm into the specs because I'm just discovering what it takes to do graphics editing.  It's not just about the processor and the RAM.  A discrete graphics card is important because it does the heavy lifting.  Of course, won't mean anything until I get the software to lift with, haha.  May take a while to get PS CS6 and Illustrator.  So for now that card is just idle.
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