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Bubba Zebill is an artist who has worked on Tinman Games's digital gamebook Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 follow-up Judge Dredd: The Dark.

Zebill started reading 2000ad during the Destiny's Angels storyline in Judge Dredd (series).

He was interested in French comics including Moebius and did his college work experience with Jim Baikie in Orkney for 12 days while Baikie was working on Clive Barker's Night Breed for Epic Comics.

Zebill also acts, meeting Meg Tanner, who worked on make-up on Dredd.

For the gamebook he used a Wacom Intuos 2 and 3 tablets and the software Manga Studio EX4, Anime Studio, Motion Artist, Mudbox and Photoshop. On other projects he has used pastels, scraper board, oils on canvas, watercolour and red wine[1].




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