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Ronaldo "Ronnie" del Carmen (born December 31, 1959) is a comic book, TV, film and animation artist who has worked on several comic books in Dark Horse Comics' Aliens line. In particular, del Carmen was the artist on the Mondo series of stories featuring recurring hero and Xenomorph-hunting mercenary Herk Mondo.
Born in the Philippines in 1959, del Carmen has bee active in the American comics field for years. In addition to his work for Dark Horse, del Carmen has worked for DC Comics and self-publishes his own comic book, entitled Paper Biscuit.
In 1995, del Carmen was part of an art team that won the comics industry's coveted Eisner Award for Best Single Issue for the Batman Adventures Holiday Special for DC Comics.
Like numerous other A/P/AVP artists, del Carmen eventaully found a home for his talents in the film and animation industry in the capicaty of story artist, story supervisor, character designer and illustrator. Currently, del Carmen works for Pixar Animation Studios and has worked as an artis on such critically acclaimed and hit films as UP! and Wall-E and Finding Nemo.
He has previously worked for DreamWorks—on such projects as the animated feature Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron—and Warner Bros—where worked as a storyboard artist on Batman: The Animated Series, Batman and Beyond: Return of the Joker, and was a director on the animated TV series Freakazoid, for which he won a Daytime Emmy Award.
Ronnie del Carmen's official website: http://www.ronniedelcarmen.com/
Ronnie del Carmen's personal art blog: http://ronniedelcarmen.blogspot.com/