Darrel Walls’ art is like nothing I’ve seen before, and it’s not just because of its art.
Walls is the first artist in the country to use a computer-generated wall to create a manga wall.
The wall consists of four panels of Japanese comics and an accompanying illustration.
Darrel’s art is unlike anything I’ve ever seen, and I can’t think of a better name for his work.
I recently came across Darrel in the pages of the book I am writing this for, “Manga, Comics, and Everything,” which will be published by Tor in March 2018.
DarREL is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Visual Arts and the University at Albany’s School for the Visual Arts.
Darreel Walls is a comics artist based in Portland, Oregon.
Darrer Walls’ work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Esquire, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications.
In 2018, Darrer was chosen as a semifinalist in the 2018 American Comics Award for the best manga artist.
He also won the 2018 San Francisco Cartoon Contest.
Darres was born and raised in New Jersey and now lives in Portland with his wife and two sons.