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Wayne McLoughlin
Wayne McLoughlin
Residence
Current: Deceased
Past: New Hampshire[1] and Wales[1]
Date of Birth
1944
Novels
Warriors Series: Cover Art:

Into The Wild, Fire And Ice, Forest of Secrets, Rising Storm, A Dangerous Path, The Darkest Hour, Midnight, Moonrise, Dawn, Starlight, Twilight, Sunset, Leafpool's Wish, The Sight, Dark River, Outcast, Eclipse, Long Shadows, Sunrise, The Fourth Apprentice, Fading Echoes, Night Whispers, Sign of the Moon, The Forgotten Warrior, The Last Hope, The Sun Trail, Thunder Rising, The First Battle, Firestar's Quest, SkyClan's Destiny, Bluestar's Prophecy, Crookedstar's Promise, Tallstar's Revenge, Yellowfang's Secret, The Untold Stories Illustrations: Code of the Clans, Cats of the Clans, Secrets of the Clans, Battles of the Clans, The Ultimate Guide

Wayne McLoughlin was an illustrator, and has illustrated most of the original Warriors books covers, as well as designing the jackets for most of the books.[1]


Biography

Born in Wales in 1944, Wayne McLoughlin developed an early interest in nature. He was an explorer of Hampstead Heath, London, and later of the swamps of northern Florida where he helped out local schools by collecting turtles and lizards.[2] Due to his interest in art, which developed at around this same time, he often recorded his experiences in sketches and paintings.[2]
Wayne served in the USMC in Vietnam, but later completed a dual major at San Diego State University in Fine Art and anthropology. He was hired to photograph tribal life in the South Pacific and in New Guinea for 'Anthropology Today' by CRM Books[2]
He later returned to the US after working on television and commercial design overseas. Here he began a career creating illustrated humor parodies for national magazines. These include: "Esquire", "Omni", "Next" among others.[1] Alongside this, he did work for scientific publishing and institutions such as the National Geographic Society.[1] He was also commissioned for pieces for campaigns and projects by major corporations including Adidas, Texaco, and MasterCard, some of which became award-winning pieces. His paintings have been included in many books and publications on animals and nature in addition to this.[1]
More recently he has served as regular contributor to outdoor magazine, "Sporting Tales"[1]and in the past twenty years he has contributed to other magazines such as 'Field and Stream' for whom he edited for over a decade and explored humor in sports through both prose and pictures. His vast experience as a hunter, fisher and explorer, and his travels in the United States, Canada and South Pacific - with his wife, Jackie - inspire and inform much of his writing and artwork.[1]
Prior to his death, he lived in Bellow Falls, Vermont.[3] On Tuesday, July 7th, 2015, at the age of 71, he sadly passed away.[4][5]

Art Provided for Warriors

Cover Art:

Illustrations:

External Links

References and Citations



Real-Life Persons involved with Erin Hunter's Warriors series
Authors and Editors Victoria HolmesErica SussmanKate CaryCherith BaldryTui Sutherland
Illustrators Wayne McLoughlinBettina KurkoskiDon HudsonJames BarryOwen RichardsonAllen DouglasDave Stevenson
Jacket Designers Megan StittKarin PaprockiRay ShappellHilary Zarycky

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