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Les Spink

Game Credits


Realms of the Haunting (Limited Edition) (1997)   (Creative Visualiser)
Normality (1996)   (Character Design)
Whiplash (1995)   (Creative Design)
Retribution (1994)   (Aliens an Character Design)


Judge Dredd (1997)   (Graphics & Storyboards)
Retribution (1994)   (Story)


Operate Now: Hospital (2016)   (Global Art Directors)
Angry Birds: Seasons (2010)   (Lead Graphic Artist)
Geon: Emotions (2007)   (Art Team)
Sensible Soccer 2006 (2006)   (Additional Art)
Second Sight (2004)   (Character Artists)
TimeSplitters 2 (2002)   (Character Artist)
Soulbringer (2000)   (Additional Artwork)
TimeSplitters (2000)   (Character Artist)
Actua Soccer 2 (1997)   (Artists)
Fox Sports Golf '99 (1997)   (Artists)
Fragile Allegiance (1997)   (Artwork & Front-End Design)
TNN Motor Sports Hardcore 4x4 (1996)   (Artists)
VR Soccer '96 (1995)   (Additional Artists)


N2O Nitrous Oxide (1998)   (Video Design)
Judge Dredd (1997)   (Graphics & Storyboards)


TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (2005)   (Additional Voice Talent)
Hardwar (1998)   (Cast)
Shadow Fighter (1995)   (Voices)
HeroQuest II: Legacy of Sorasil (1994)   (Voices by)

Creative Services

Hardwar (1998)   (Scenic Artist)
Retribution (1994)   (Comic Strip)


Football Superstars (2009)   (Special Thanks)


Realms of the Haunting (1997)   (Creative Visualizer)
Retribution (1994)   (Visualisation)

Developer Biography

Les Spink is an illustrator since 1982 and entered the games industry in 1994 when he joined Gremlin Interactive Ltd. as a concept artist. In 1999 he moved on to Free Radical Design as a character artist and he remained with the company until 2005.

In 2005 he went freelance under the company name SPINK!, doing work from his home for developers, TV production companies and book publishers since 2005. He has contributed to projects by Strawdog Studios, Tuna, Blackridge Media, Zoo Digital Publishing, EA, Monumental Games, Rubber Duck and Macmillan Education.

Last updated: Feb 17, 2009

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