Liam Shalloo is a London-born colourist, best-known for his work on various Transformers projects since 2006, as well as IDW’s Doctor Who and G.I. Joe.
He describes himself as “the bandanna-wearing artist with a decade in both the Comic Book & Video Game industry – wielder of big mouth and pencil, using both liberally for titles such as Transformers, Spider-Man, Sony PlayStation, Harry Potter, God Of War, SingStar, Godzilla and Doctor Who, as well as producing variant posters for Picture House Cinema”!
Shalloo has worked with Penciller Simon Williams on the cover art for the Marvel and Clearvision classic animation DVD box sets of both the 90’s and 60’s Spider-Man Cartoons, as well as Season 1 Vol. 2, Season 2 Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 and Season 3 Vol. 1 Vol. 2 of the 60’s show.
He was the colourist for a lot of IDW projects, including Transformers Spotlights: Hot Rod (which was also his debut!), Doubledealer, Grimlock and Mirage (Cover), as well as Beast Wars, Transformers Animated the Arrival, Godzilla, G.I. Joe and Doctor Who.
He also worked on a number of Titan Comics‘ Transformers comic books as well as a series of Transformers – ‘I Can Read’ children story books by Harper Trophy / HarperCollins Publishers.
Video Game Art
More recently, he has been active in the video game industry, in a variety of roles, including graphic designer, UI artist, concept artist and storyboard artist for Sony PlayStation.
He has worked on various popular video game titles, including SingStar, DanceStar, Diggs NightCrawler, Harry Potter’s Wonderbook: Book of Potions and God of War.
Furthermore, he has worked on a number of casual simulation games, including Train Sim, Flight Sim, Euro Fishing and Pure Pool.
Liam Shalloo illustrated variant posters for Picture House Cinema, for the blockbusters Guardians of the Galaxy 1 & 2, The Wolverine, Star Wars, Suicide Squad and Beauty and the Beast.