Randy Valiente is a writer and artist from Manila, Philippines but do lots of travel in Asia and Europe for art conventions and short job contracts. He's been working in the comicbook industry since 1988 as a very young illustrator. Became a full-time writer in the mid-90s and went back to visual art in the early 2000.
Became a concept artist in 2003 for the first-person shooting game 'Terra Wars' by Ladyluck Digital Ent. and the first all-digital Filipino animation 'Dayo Sa Mundo ng Elementalia' where he also did storyboards for the movie, followed by the tv series 'Kidlat' for Channel 5.
Contributed sequential illustrations for Zenescope's 'Grimm Fairy Tales' and 'Wonderland'; Dynamite Entertainment's 'Twilight Zone', 'Army of Darkness', 'Vampirella' and 'Re-Animator'.
Aside from comics, gamings and animation, he is also into gallery painting and had several exhibit on his list. An active member of Urban Sketchers-Manila and advocating outdoor sketching not just to art students but to all people who want to experience the magic of seeing by the eye and hand instead of a click of camera.