Illustrated Children's books for billybee.net.
Illustrated comics for Kestral City Comics the Specter Vol 1 & 2
Illustrated a series of children's books that can be found and ordered at www.kamsbooks.com
Illustrated a series of children's books that can be found and ordered at Andee Comics
Illustrated a series of children's books that can be found and ordered at www.janeklarson.com
Illustrated a 21 page comic for "Kids With Cancer". Go to www.saveourtots.com for more info.
Worked with Disney, Looney Tunes, Hanna Barbera, others
Worked for over 35 years as t-shirt designer and over 45 years as a cartoonist
2011, illustrated over a dozen children's books and comics from jobs posted on freelanced.com
2012, illustrated a 200 page graphic novel plus numerous children's books
Illustrated over 80 cards for role playing game Magie Melee and the box design.
2013, illustrated comic for kids with asthma.
illustrated Web comic Stevie's World.
illustrated Web comic for weanimatecharacters.com about middle school Anti-Bullying.
Can be contacted at email@example.com
I truly feel that as a cartoonist I try to have fun with my art. Today's "Dark Heroes" is getting a bit depressing. It's one thing to write and draw for supposed adults, but where did the fun in "the funnies" go? I do put adult content in many of my original works but try to mix it with enough goofiness to have fun with it. And after all "What's life without a little salt?"
Have Pun, Will Travel reads the card of this man. And if that doesn't date me, one of my all time favorite animated cartoons was Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil, and I can tell you who Rootie Kazootie was.
I'm over 60, a Vietnam war era veteran, am retired, and though my last name sounds Islamic, it's really Russian.
One thing I love: Helping others achieve their dreams thru cartoons.
One thing I hate: People placing ads that say "No immediate pay" or "Will pay a percent" or "Partner With" or offer such a low rate that even THEY know that's it's wrong.
If you have no faith in your own dream to not be prepared to pay for the development, why should total strangers even be interested when we, as artists, are trying to make a living at our craft?
I'm constantly updating my portfolio here so keep checking it out. That's the Free part of freelance. The rest ya gotta pay for.