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Name  Scott Campbell
Role  Tattoo artist

Spouse  Lake Bell (m. 2013)
Known for  Tattoo, Mixed media
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Born  December 28, 1973 (age 41) (1973-12-28)
Occupation  Production designer concept artist art director
Website  http://www.pyramidcar.com
Marriage location  New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Similar People  Lake Bell, Paul Booth, J Scott Campbell, Ami James, Kate Bosworth

Scott campbell illustrator video game art director and comic book artist


Scott Campbell (born December 28, 1973), known professionally as Scott C., is an American artist and production designer, known for his work for LucasArts and Double Fine Productions.

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Early life

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Born and raised in San Jose, California, Scott studied illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and graduated with a BFA in Illustration focusing on comic and children's book illustration in 1992.

Career

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After graduation, Campbell began at LucasArts as concept artist on children's Star Wars games. In 2000, he left to join Tim Schafer at Double Fine Productions as Art Director on such games as 2005's Psychonauts and 2009's Brütal Legend. Alongside this career in games, he has been involved in comics (including being featured in the comic anthology Flight) and created paintings that have appeared in galleries around the world as well the alternative DVD cover for The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters.

Video games

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  • Psychonauts (2005) (art director)
  • Brütal Legend (2009) (art director)
  • Psychonauts 2 (2018) (art director)
  • Awards

  • Winner: 2007 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal in the Sequential Art (for the story "Igloo Head and Tree Head" from the fourth edition of Flight)
  • Nominated 2007 Ignatz Award for Promising New Talent
  • References

    Scott Campbell (artist) Wikipedia


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