Grant Gould

Grant Gould is a freelance artist based in Minnesota. He's been involved in a wide variety of creative projects, including kids' books, comics, character design, trading cards, and more. In 2008, he wrote and illustrated his own graphic novel, "The Wolves of Odin," and in 2012, he created and self-published a pen-and-paper RPG called "Blade Raiders." Grant is perhaps best known for his work in the Star Wars universe. For the past thirteen years, he has worked on a number of Lucasfilm-licensed projects, including the "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" comics (formerly featured on the official Star Wars website) and four different How-to-Draw Star Wars books (published by Klutz/Scholastic and Walter Foster Jr.).

When he's not hunched over a drawing table or making kids' books, Grant can be found playing videogames or watching movies, geeking out about anything science fiction or fantasy. He also loves being a dad to two amazing kiddos. The Force is strong in his family.

Grant Gould

Grant Gould is a freelance artist based in Minnesota. He's been involved in a wide variety of creative projects, including kids' books, comics, character design, trading cards, and more. In 2008, he wrote and illustrated his own graphic novel, "The Wolves of Odin," and in 2012, he created and self-published a pen-and-paper RPG called "Blade Raiders." Grant is perhaps best known for his work in the Star Wars universe. For the past thirteen years, he has worked on a number of Lucasfilm-licensed projects, including the "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" comics (formerly featured on the official Star Wars website) and four different How-to-Draw Star Wars books (published by Klutz/Scholastic and Walter Foster Jr.).

When he's not hunched over a drawing table or making kids' books, Grant can be found playing videogames or watching movies, geeking out about anything science fiction or fantasy. He also loves being a dad to two amazing kiddos. The Force is strong in his family.