- Name: Mike Dutton
- Gender: Male
- Birthdate: Feb 28th 1977
- Location: Berkeley, California, United States
Professional for 15 years, 6 months
Totoro Forest Project - Original Fine Art Contribution, Autumn Moon Entertainment 's A Vampyre Story - 2D Background Artist, Kip Neptune - Lead Visual Development, Dover Publications - Writer and Artist for Educational Coloring Books, Wizards of the Coast - Various Manuals, Atlas Games - Various Book Covers and Interiors, Fantasy Flight Games - Playing Card Art and Book Interiors, Octopi Inc. - Interface Artwork, Montgomery Research - Editorial Illustrations, Early Bird Painters - Small Collective Group Show of Plein Air Paintings, Studio Gallery - Multiple Group Shows
- Current employer:
Available for Work?
Yes - Full Time
- Join date: Aug 16th 2008
- Profile Views:22053
- Last online: Sep 5th 2011, 18:13
Hayao Miyazaki, Winsor McCay, N.C.Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, Bill Watterson, Rebecca Dautremer
Mike has been a cartoonist/illustrator most of his life. He completed his first book when he was seven, a stapled mass of dot-matrix printer paper filled with leaping dinosaurs. He once drew the entire Sunday Funnies in the second grade, but none of the jokes were funny. In fact, his teacher found them to be quite rude and his parents were asked to pay a visit. Since then, Mike has gone on to make all kinds of art, like illustrations for childrens publishing, magazine editorials, paintings of landscapes, seascapes, other escapes, background art in the video game industry, and quite possibly a portrait of your cat When not painting or sketching, he can be found in his favorite bookstore, rockclimbing with his wife, Alex, or slapping together a mean PB&J sandwich. He can also not be found - as his crime fighting alter ego can sometimes demand an incognito lifestyle. His jokes continue to not be funny.