Chris Foreman has been drawing everything from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to the X-Men since he was 4 years old, and hasnt stopped since. Growing up in Houston, Chris spent alot of time in local comic shops, libraries, flea markets, small cons and everywhere in between buying up as many comics as he could get his hands on. This is how he would indulge himself with artwork by his favorite artists and try to learn from them and create his own artistic style.
It wasnt until Chris met Rod Thornton from Angel Comics that he got his chance to really jump in feet first and learn the craft of story-telling and develop his style and hone it. With help from such talented artists as Mike Brooks, Mike Charles, Adrian Nelson, Devin Richard and of course Rod, Chris felt he was ready to take a stab at something bigger than just his own sketch book and found that opportunity in the hot market of sketch cards. Sketch cards are 2.5 x 3.5 pieces of original artwork that are fun and easy to collect, and they give collectors an opportunity to afford some art from their favorite collectors. Professional Sketch Card Artist Jon Hughes had taken Chris under his wing and had shown him the ins and outs of sketch cards and what they were all about. Since then, Chris has worked on such sets as Hack/Slash from 5Finity Productions and Image Comics, FemForce from Sadlittles, Treasure Chests and Booty from Bad Axe Studios, Marvel Dangerous Divas and Marvel Universe 2011 from Rittenhouse Archives and Marvel Comics, Marvel Beginnings and Captain America: The First Avenger from Upper Deck and Marvel Comics. Chris also has a few comic book projects in development and sees comics as his next step in his career.