Dave Gau has been a published cartoonist in various forms since as far back as 1982, when his first forays into the world of humorous illustration were published in the Richmond Community High School's newspaper and yearbook. During the college years in Rochester, New York, his strip "The Brick Life" was a campus favorite. The Richmond Times-Dispatch ran "Mulberry Place" in 1993, local news anchor Gene Cox used Dave's illustrations in two of his books, and his latest strip "Galapagos" had a short stint of representation by a national syndicate. Not to mention various ads, theatrical poster art, children's books and more.
So now you know. A fun diversion and glimpse into the mind of an animator. And if the next item on your "to do" list after "find a 3D animator" was "find a cartoonist", boy are you in luck!