Komarck, Michael

Michael Komarck

Born in Louisiana and relocated to Michigan at a very young age. As the years passed, he transitioned from crayons to pencils to acrylics to oils, and in 1989 he found himself at a community college where his suspicions that he was better off self-taught in art were proven correct almost immediately. His stint there was brief in the extreme.
After several years as a projectionist at the local Cineplex, he co-founded a small publishing company. However, with the exception of illustrating several children’s books, the majority of his time was spent designing business cards, ads, and eventually web related materials (mostly Flash animation). It was during this period that he was introduced to Photoshop and ultimately replaced oils with digital paint. Eventually he left to pursue a career as a full time illustrator. He spent a couple years building a portfolio while designing business/self-help book covers to pay the bills.
In 2003 he was offered cover work for authors including Robert Asprin and George R.R. Martin. This ultimately opened the door for work with many outstanding companies. (sourced from his old website)
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