Philip A. Buck is an artist and illustrator from Gallatin, Tennessee.  He graduated from Carson-Newman University in 2010 with a B.A. in Art with minors in Art History and Film. He has created works for such clients as Doner, Bush Brothers, B&H publishing, Al Jardine (The Beach Boys) and Big Idea. He has also completed over 26 illustrations for The Amplifier, Knoxville, Tn's street paper benefiting the homeless. He was the colorist for 11 of Cory Jones's VeggieTales Super Comics series. Philip has also collaborated on many different projects with comic strip, illustration & animation legend, Guy Gilchrist (Nancy, The Muppets,) as a colorist, graphic designer & artist assistant.

    Here's what some folks have to say about working with Philip:
“Philip is one of the most talented, professional, and loyal individuals I’ve had the pleasure of working with. He adapts well to new processes and workflows and is always ahead of schedule with deadlines. When we started together on our first project for LifeWay and VeggieTales I was overworked and in need of help. Philip came to my rescue and brought new life to the project. His help caught us up on deadlines and his ideas and creativity made the project better and really pushed the boundary of what we could accomplish. There is nobody I rather work with more!”
- Cory Jones, Illustrator for VeggieTales Super Comics
"PAB blew us away with his first illustration. ...Often, his artwork helped me form just the right words. Or decide the best direction to go. Philip has been a joy to collaborate with. When I've been deadline-stressed, discouraged or uninspired, he's helped me through it."
- Leslie Judson, Editor of The Amplifier

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