follow me at @DavidDeen3
or at david_deen
email me at art@daviddeen.com
Copyright 2018 David Deen
About Me
David Deen spent his childhood reading fantasy books and coloring the pictures in his brothers’ D&D books while he listened to them arguing over character classes and saving rolls and magic missiles. He doesn’t know what those are; he was too busy coloring owlbears and nagas. Later he turned that experience into a BA in Art before working for years as a computer game artist on games such as Age of Empires (I and II), Railroad Tycoon, and Tropico. He then quit to go freelance, working in the fantasy and science fiction market for years before realizing that his true passion was in children’s literature. Now he makes illustrations for children’s books, pets his cats, and spends time with his wife and two boys. He still reads fantasy books, so some things never change.
follow me at @DavidDeen3
or at david_deen
email me at art@daviddeen.com
Copyright 2018 David Deen
About Me
David Deen spent his childhood reading fantasy books and coloring the pictures in his brothers’ D&D books while he listened to them arguing over character classes and saving rolls and magic missiles. He doesn’t know what those are; he was too busy coloring owlbears and nagas. Later he turned that experience into a BA in Art before working for years as a computer game artist on games such as Age of Empires (I and II), Railroad Tycoon, and Tropico. He then quit to go freelance, working in the fantasy and science fiction market for years before realizing that his true passion was in children’s literature. Now he makes illustrations for children’s books, pets his cats, and spends time with his wife and two boys. He still reads fantasy books, so some things never change.