Once upon a time there was a good and handsome prince whom all the girls adored. He was so handsome that the local witch (who was uglier than the backside of an aardvark with a rectal wart) decided he needed to be uglied-up. So she turned him into a very ugly frog and dumped him in an abysmal, foul-smelling swamp. And no fair lass would even think of kissing him after that. So there he sits, to this day, somewhere in Europe, in a reeking, disease-ridden, disgusting bog, eating terrible tasting insects. Ok... that's your bedtime story. Good night.
Jeff H. White was born in a small yurt on the Mongolian steppes and made a solo journey to America across the Pacific by raft when he was eight years old with nothing but a canvas rucksack filled with pens, inks, parchment, comic books, stale crackers and a thermos filled with yak's milk.
To fill the time while traveling across the ocean's waves, he learned how to draw and digitally paint.
Since then, he has illustrated several books, comics, magazine illustrations, t-shirts and other things he's either too ashamed to admit or that may lead to possible jail time.