Back in 1989, the magazine Nintendo power asked budding talents to enter a 'invent your own video game' competition. Jeffrey Scott Campbell, then a mere 15 year old, rose to the challenge and submitted a complete set of ideas for a new game called 'Lockarm'. His submission blew away the judges not only because of the originality of his idea but all the drawings he submitted with the his concept he had designed each character and each level explaining how the central concept pans out. Needless to say he won the first prize and the magazine printed his winning entry with a prediction of his future success in the field of graphic design. Great Bio on J. Scott Campbell, but I would like to fill in the Void Area between 1988 1993 when JSC made his mark as a High School Editorial Artist for his School Paper, following in the footsteps of his then Idol, MAD Magazine's legendary Caricature Artist MORT DRUCKER!During that period, before Comic Industry Fame, he won the National PEN and QUILL Award for his High School Editorial Artwork. He also drew an Annual Poster Insert for High School Yearbooks for Four consecutive Years for CREATIVE FORCES LTD. These were his very FIRST Published works ever and were marketed Nationwide. You can find information on those early works at I think more people should see his early artwork. Thanks. Docmo I'm not familiar with this artist by name, but I recognize his style .