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Ian McConville


Web Comic Artist / Game Developer
Mac Hall Productions
San Francisco, CA USA

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Biography:
Ohio native, Ian McConville's creative medium of choice has always been pixels. After graduating with a degree in computer art, from Bowling Green State University, he set out to fill the world with polygon-goodness. With years of webcomics and video game mods under his belt, he quickly joined a San Francisco local company, Three Rings Design Inc, at which he currently acts as art lead on the SEGA published and award winning MMO "Spiral Knights." Other creative credits include online comics "MacHall.com" and "ThreePanelSoul.com." Follow Ian on twitter @polygoncherub.

   

 

Convention Guest Appearances:
2003
   ConnectiCon 2003 - July 18-20 in West Hartford, CT
   SugoiCon 2003 - November 21-23 in Covington, KY
2004
   PortConMaine 2004 - June 18-20 in South Portland, ME
   ConnectiCon 2004 - July 16-18 in West Hartford, CT
   Otakon 2004 - July 30 - August 1 in Baltimore, MD
2005
   Katsucon 2005 - February 18-20 in Arlington, VA
   Animarathon 2005 - April 2 in Bowling Green, OH
   ConnectiCon 2005 - July 15-17 in Hartford, CT
   Otakon 2005 - August 19-21 in Baltimore, MD
2006
   Katsucon 2006 - February 17-19 in Washington, DC
   ConnectiCon 2006 - July 7-9 in Hartford, CT
2008
   Genericon 2008 - January 25-27 in Troy, NY
2009
   Animation On Display 2009 - February 14-15 in San Francisco, CA
   Anime Central 2009 - May 8-10 in Rosemont, IL
   ConnectiCon 2009 - July 31 - August 2 in Hartford, CT
2010
   Setsucon 2010 - January 16-17 in State College, PA cancelled appearance
   Animation On Display 2010 - January 30-31 in San Francisco, CA
2011
   Animation On Display 2011 - February 19-20 in San Francisco, CA
2012
   Animation On Display 2012 - February 18-19 in San Francisco, CA
2013
   Animation On Display 2013 - February 16-17 in San Francisco, CA
19 guest appearances

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