A long time Texas resident, Alan Stacy has worked in the commercial film, print and television industry for over twenty five years. Clients have included WFAA-TV Channel 8 and KDFW-TV Channel 4 in Dallas, Texas Instruments, FastSigns and EDS. His resume includes artwork, art direction, computer graphics, illustrations for children’s books, computer video game designs, cartoons, corporate brochures, animation, makeup effects work, costume design and fabrication for theatre, film and television as well as fine art works, props, miniatures, museum reproductions and sculpture. He has over 250 hand-made costumes in his collection: fantasy creatures, animal mascots, science fiction heroes and period costume reproductions for film, print and theater. For many years he taught commercial art and advertising art, comic book art, cartooning and graphic storytelling independently and with UTA’s Continuing Education. He is a writer of science fiction and fantasy. He conducts school visits about his published books, giving lessons in drawing and storytelling, and gives presentations on careers in art to various organizations.
Published Children’s books for which Alan Stacy has done the illustrations: “L is for Lone Star, A Texas Alphabet” by Carol Crane, Sleeping Bear Press, 2001, ISBN 1-58536-019-8; “Round Up Numbers: A Texas Counting Book” by Carol Crane, S B P, 2003, ISBN 1-58536-133-X; "P is for Passport" ("M is for Music") by Devin Scillian, Sleeping Bear Press, 2003; “G is for Galaxy; An Out of this World Alphabet” by Janis Campbell and Carol Collison, Sleeping Bear Press, 2005, ISBN 1-58536-255-7; “Texas Zeke and the Longhorn” by David Davis, 2006, Pelican Publishing Co. ISBN 1-58980-3-480; “Pennsylvania Dutch Alphabet” by Chet Williamson, 2007, Pelican Pub.Co., ISBN 1-58980-496-1; “Alaskan Night Before Christmas” by Tricia Brown, Pelican Publishing Co., 2008, ISBN 1-58980-554-5.
Member since 2000
Region: Texas: North Central/Northeast
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