Posted 6 years, 5 months ago at 5:27 pm. 6 comments

Ron Randall has been working professionally as an illustrator and storyteller for over twenty years. He has worked for all the major US comic publishers including DC Comics, Marvel, Dark Horse and Image, and commercial clients such as Disney, Nike, SeaWorld and PlayStation. Contact Ron at: ron-web2

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  1. Amazing! I love your art! I’ve been checking out a lot of the comics you’ve drawn, and think you’re really great! Thank you so much for sharing it with the world!

  2. I saw your work on my iPhone! Your work just leaps off the screen. I can’t believe you have SIX titles available on iTunes- Awakened Desire, Wild Sargasso, The Penguin, No Accident, Shipboard Masquerade, AND one in Spanish, I just searched with the keywords Ron Randall and Arrow Publications.

  3. Hi Lisa,

    I have heard good things about “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain”, but the first, basic book that I looked at when I was learning myself was Jack Hamm’s “Drawing The Head and Figure”. Later I discovered a hard-to-find now book called “Figure Drawing For All It’s Worth” by Andrew Loomis. In my time I have looked at and used many art books. But these two are a great foundation. In addition, I spent a lot of time pouring over comics drawn by artists I have admired. Most of us start by imitating one or more masters, and gradually we develop our own style. Hope that helps. Good luck!

  4. HI Dylan,

    As I said in a reply to another comment, I used some good how-t-draw books, particularly Jack Hamm’s “Drawing the Head and Figure” to help me as a young, growing artist. In school, I took such art classes as were offered. By collage I was studying art and literature, because in this field, the story is made of the combination of word and picture, and having a good feel for “Story” is essential to the cartoonist/comic book artist. Ultimately, I attended the Joe Kubert School in New Jersey, where I learned from many masters of the trade. Along the way I always looked at comics drawn by any artist I admired. Mostly, I just “kept at it”.

  5. Hi Dylan– I was born a looong time ago– before man had walked on the moon or could carry a computer around in his pocket! Isn’t that weird?

  6. Hi Dylan, Yes I knew Chris. We both worked for Dark Horse in the early days. Chris created “Black Cross” and I did “Trekker”. Later we worked on Predator books for Dark Horse as well. Many good times.