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Francis Tsai was a comic book artist, illustrator, author and conceptual artist. He was of Japanese and Taiwanese ancestry.

Tsai was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and was raised in Lubbock, Texas. He first studied Chemistry before receiving a graduate degree in Architecture.

In 1998, Francis Tsai worked for Presto Studios as a Conceptual Designer where he provided visual development and game design for the video games Myst 3, and Star Trek: Hidden Evil. In 2003, Tsai joined High Moon Studios where he was a principal concept artist for the video games The Bourne Conspiracy and Darkwatch. He also had illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.

After nearly 10 years as a concept artist and designer, Tsai decided to become a freelancer so he could focus on creating art he was passionate about. Soon his work was appearing on Marvel comic covers and in graphic novels, the game Dungeons & Dragons, and the film Sucker Punch. By 2009, he had also published two books on designing and painting for fantasy and science fiction. In 2009, Tsai worked on a five-issue graphic novel miniseries called Tracker for Top Cow Productions. A preview was released at that year’s ComicCon.

 Tsai had never been happier. “I was finally on the trajectory of where I wanted to be,” he said.

In late 2009, Tsai began to feel numbness in his arms. He was diagnosed with ALS, a progressive illness that degenerates nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, eventually leading to complete paralysis. The average ALS patient lives just two to five years after diagnosis.

“When the diagnosis came, it was devastating,” Tsai said. “And ironically, the first things to go were my hands and arms.”

The disease progressed quickly, and the last time Tsai ever held a pencil was early in 2011. But he didn’t stop making art.

His sister Marice Parchen, BBA, MPA ’95, calls him “a determined man.” Tsai continued to be creative when he realized that he could use his feet to communicate with an iPhone. Using his toes, he was also able to continue drawing on the touchscreen. But by the end of 2011, Tsai lost the ability to use his feet. For a short time, he was unable to communicate or draw, until a computer scientist named Teddy Lindsey began seeking technology to help the friend he’d known for a decade. They collaborated with
a company called Tobii to design a tablet setup at his home in Austin that worked with Tsai’s medical equipment and limited mobility, and the eye-gaze technology was set up by the following spring. He began using Sketch-up, an architectural drawing tool, to create his paintings. His style became “more 2-D, simpler, and graphical” as he painted with his eyes. But his colorful sci-fi style was the same.

Captain America illustrated by Francis Tsai

References: https://dailyfeedplanet.blogspot.com/2020/02/francis-tsai-was-artist-who-did-work.html?fbclid=IwAR0YozwE6-GMajjrjOmZ0Z9UFXs2AwUTakDXrdi1BHEm2blWhlQVfLDhQ24

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