A Brief Biography of Rafael Calonzo Jr., Presented As If Written By A Third Person And Not The Subject Himself
Growing up, Rafael Calonzo drew cartoons anywhere he could–the blank pages at the end of books, donation envelopes during Sunday Mass, the margins of his spelling tests, etc. He was sure his destiny was to draw the line art found in grocery coupon circulars.
Luckily for him, something called the “video game industry” would find uses for artists beyond inking delicate portraits of canned chili and laundry detergent.
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