Paul Arne Kring finished his studies at the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen in 1975. He worked in the theater, and at the same time, he occasionally published his comics, such as 'Weneetryhl Axtryhl' (a pastiche of 'Barbarella' by Forest) in 1974 and 'Kit MacCoy' in 1977 in fanzine Sejd. In 1982, his eight-page thriller 'Ushebti' was published in Danske Tegneserier. In 1988, Kring made his breakthrough in comics with his detective series 'The Man on the Beach' ('Manden på Stranden'), featuring detective writer Bobette Hansen.
Paul Arne Kring's style is characterized by a sure and consistent artwork, and a preference for the atmosphere from the 1920s.