Doug Sturk has been drawing as long as he can remember: on walls, floors table tops. As an only child growing up in the Midwest, he learned to use his imagination and be creative. Encouraged by his mother, a graphic artist, he honed his skills and excelled in art. He claims to have preferred markers and regular scissors over crayons and safety scissors in Kindergarten. Eventually Doug put away his easel and paints trading up for his first copy of Poser... he's never looked back.
These days Doug continues to create as much as possible: award-winning 3-D artwork, landscape photography, Web design and writing. With his work at the former 3D Comic Collective (now www.animotions.com) he became well known for his comic book style of artwork. Doug's notoriety increased as he became the Web artist of "Shirtless Girl" on the nationally syndicated "Bob & Tom" radio show (www.bobandtom.com). You can still stop by Doug's Web site at www.sturkwurk.com and browse through the many different galleries, or just drop off a note and say "hi".