Dylan Allen is the name given by the late science fiction writer Ray Bradbury to an autonomous patch of orange mold he discovered in a corner of his garage in 1981, and was henceforth sworn to secrecy. |
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Born in 1991, Dylan can sometimes be seen on American highways riding a bearskin-lined, nuclear-powered motorcycle with an electrified broadsword lashed to his back, battling demons along the way.
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Currently based in his hometown of Syracuse, NY, he majors in Illustration at Syracuse University, and creates realistic portraits and illustrations in varying media and techniques.
Although he will produce work in virtually any genre or subject matter, he aspires to make a name for himself by producing science fiction illustrations and graphic novels.
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He has been known to work in oil paints, watercolors, pen and ink, Photoshop, and the blood of demons, when available.
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