Ever since Mom taught me how to use a
pencil I never let it go, so I've been drawing as far as I can
remember. Now, I'm a veteran penciler, I dabble in ink-toning &
I have an ongoing struggle with straight lines & rulers.
Around '92-'94 I thought I got lucky as my
very first job was a penciler in a local comic studio. Pumped
out 4 issues... it didn't pan out well as my art was still too
"young". So, I tried my hand in book illustrations for a year,
then trained in animation & i-b/clean-up for a couple more
years. I got hired for a year.
After a really long "forced vacation" I
finally got a break: Did some storyboard clean-ups for a
live-action (Hongkong) romance-comedy movie.
Finally, found my strength and went back to
comics and got hired by Studio 407 to work on a few issues and a
lot of character designs. This was the start of my awesome
"Indy-comics" life! I became a regular Penciler and Art Director
of Studio EDGE comics, John Hunt of hired me to do a couple of
issues and do some art-correction on some of his previous pages,
Matt Dursin got me to design his characters and pencil his Robin
Hood #1, Jeremy Matcho also hired me to create and pencil, along
with the cover, of his project "Hollins City", Cedric Hood
contacted me to do the first issue & character designs for his
Messiah City title and co-create his "The Traumatic Case of
Patient 25" title, then I found Hound Comic's Character design
contest this past 2013 and now, here I am.