I've been drawing since I was knee high to a grass hopper (you'd think I'd be better..lol). I started out drawing cowboys, horses, jungle cats and anything else that came to mind or would help my grade when a report for school was due.
The very first comics I ever read was 1970 or 71. My parents took the family on vacation and gave me two comics to keep me occupied for the long trip back, the Metal Men and the X-Men. And yet my fascination with comics didn't really take hold, til, on a day that I was ditching school, I picked up from a 7-Fleven ... X-Men #126!
John Byrne and Terry Austin were the artists (hmmm maybe there are "some" similarities in style) and showed me a world I never new existed. To them I say THANKS! To all of you young artists; I say keep drawing, even if you don't make a dime! The value in your work is the inspiration you give another young artist, and so on and so on and so on!
Current Residence: State of indigence
Operating System: steady infusion of Mountain Dew
Skin of choice: White, no.. tan... no... mocha.. no wait melano. Oh crap I can't decide.
Personal Quote: If you don't know where you're going, at least you know where you've been.
Tools of the Trade
What god gave me.