Ayal Pinkus was already filling sketchbooks in his high school days during the 80s.
A decade later, he found himself doing model drawing classes in the evening during his years as a physics student.
Then again a decade later, in 2008, he decided to devote a sabbatical to learning how to draw editorial cartoons. It turned out that editorial cartooning wasn't his medium, and that it would take a little bit more than six months to learn the craft, but he was finally and permanently bitten by the art bug.
He studied at the Wackers art academy for three years and then decided to devote himself full-time to creating comics.
In 2012, the idea came about to try to adapt theater plays to online comics. He has been creating short online comics based off of theater plays from that moment on. He also experiments with ways of making the comics easy to read on screens of various sizes.
He draws a lot of inspiration from artists like Didier Comes, Hugo Pratt, Mike Mignola, Jacques Tardi and many more.
That's basically it! You can read the comics he created on this website. Please feel free to contact me through shortcomics at this website.