See what previous clients have to say:

“Adam was a dream to work with. He instantly grasped the initial concept, intrinsically expanded on it, and delivered an awesome product on deadline!” 

– Jill Meniketti, Author of ‘Welcome to Groove House’ – https://adamwayneart.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/groove-house.jpg

“Working with Adam has been really incredible. Seeing the unbelievable things he brings to life from little to no description amazes me every time. He really has a talent for giving art real feeling, which is a very rare and hard talent to find.”

– Walter Cromartie Jr., Author/Creator of ‘Blood Hunt’ – https://adamwayneart.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/blood-hunt-page-9.jpg

“It was truly a pleasure to work with Adam.  He did a phenomenal job on my book cover!  He was extremely patient with me despite my many changes.  And once he put his own twist on the art, it was priceless.  A few years later, when it was time for me to get a logo created for a small business I wanted to pursue, I immediately thought of Adam. I gave him my idea for the logo and he took it a step further by personalizing it and creating a character that resembled me!  I cannot express my appreciation enough and I would recommend Adam Wayne to anyone who is looking for some art that will separate themselves and/or their business from the masses.”

– Venus Angelica Perez, Owner of ‘Addicted to Kawaii’

“Adam was ultra professional from start to finish. He followed my direction with no ego, and then improved on what I had in my head. Not only that, but he delivered the work ahead of schedule, which really impressed me. I use Adam for all my company art work now.”

– Adam Rose, Director of ‘Soccer Routes’ – https://adamwayneart.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/soccer-routes-logos-copy.jpg

“My first comic was with Adam; he’s professional, flexible and very enthusiastic. I couldn’t have asked for anyone better to introduce me to the world of creating comics.” 

– Justin Maldonado, Author/Creator of ‘The Arc’ – https://adamwayneart.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/the-arc-page-5.png