Harry the Dog by David Follett
Harry the Dog (12/4/2009)

David Follett studied at the University of South Australia (BA Design, Illustration) and the Adelaide Central School of Art. Since winning the Bill Mitchell Award in 2000, David has been a regular artist for The Australian Newspaper, The Weekend Australian and the Daily Telegraph. His comic strips 'Harry the Dog- NewsHound' and 'Kookabarry' are published weekly in the Sunday Telegraph. In 2010 he released 'Uncle Silas: Genetis' through Dark Horse, a children's sci-fi adventure, in the style of a Sunday newspaper strip, set in Adelaide, South Australia.

Uncle Silas by David Follett

He has made a living doing storyboards (TVC's and film) for Anifex, Clemenger, Singleton Ogilvy One, Young & Rubicam, the South Australian Film Corporation, Adelaide Motion Picture Company, Rising Sun Pictures, and Ratbag Computer Games. He has done layouts, backgrounds, model sheets and character designing for animation, film and computer games. Follett has also illustrated theatre posters, kids books, christmas cards, educational comics and done court sketching. He was won a Stanley award for Best Digital Artist 2009.

Harry the Dog by David Follett
Harry the Dog (19/4/2009)

www.davidfollett.com

Laatste update: 2012-07-16

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