Frodo De Decker studied graphic design at the Saint-Luc in Brussels. He broke off his studies after two years to devote all his time on drawing comics. He participated in projects like 'De start van een loopbaan' and 'What's your excuse', but eventually drifted aways towards music. He developed his skills as a jazz guitar player and now works as a teacher at several schools of music. He didn't return to the field of comics until 2012, when publisher Syndikaat released his first comic album starring the character 'Otto'. The book contains a series of silent gags that shows influences that vary from Hergé to Trondheim.
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