|No of pages||28|
|Book Publisher||Open Door Publications|
|Published Date||09 Dec 2020|
Author : Ryan DunlaveyNA
Cartoonist, illustrator and author based in New York City.
Visual problem solver specializing in storytelling and the production of comic books and graphic novels. Seasoned illustrator, designer and writer. Experienced story boarder, concept artist and animator. Digitally savvy graphics expert skilled in typography, publishing, pre-press production, UI design and Adobe Creative Suite.
Comfortable in a wide range of work environments, with experience working with tv networks, apparel manufacturers, book publishers, toy makers, comic book companies, local businesses, non-profits, news outlets, internet startups, telecommunication giants, global entertainment conglomerates and private clients.
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