Scott Neely has been a professional artist for many years now. For the last seven years, he’s been an approved "Scooby-Doo" and Cartoon Network artist (working on such licensed properties as "Dexter's Laboratory," "Cow and Chicken," "Johnny Bravo," "Courage The Cowardly Dog," "The Grim Adventures of Billy And Mandy," "Powerpuff Girls" and "Ed, Edd, n' Eddy"). He has also worked on "Pokemon," "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," "Winnie the Pooh," "Strawberry Shortcake," "Bratz" and "The Li'l Learners Club."
Scott is also the visual creator and production designer of "Hollywood Hal & Rhinestone Al with the Wannabees," which is a project he co-created with Scott Innes (a.k.a. The voice of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and Scrappy-Doo) and musician Jim Hogg. He creates all the artwork for the Hal & Al “live-action” TV show and “live” stage shows as well as all Hal & Al advertising, media and product design. For more Hal & Al info, go to www.halandal.com.
During this time, he's also been the managing editor for NMA Magazines, Inc. and is the voice and visual designer behind "Delaware County Magazine," which publishes a print run of 119,000 copies a month throughout the Main Line of Philadelphia and its' surrounding suburbs.
In 2003, he ended a successful seven-year run as the weekly editorial cartoonist for "The Suburban and Wayne Times." He has also continued to work in advertising doing illustration and cartooning work for many small and large companies as well as conceptual and product design for The Franklin Mint on a freelance basis. He also has experience in storyboarding, spot illustration, and caricatures.
Scott has also been teaching what he knows. For over six years, he had taught and spoke at many local community art centers and community colleges, as well as at local AARP meetings. He has instructed all ages in the art of cartooning and drawing.
He is single and lives in suburbs of Philadelphia, Pa and has a scrappy Yorkshire Terrier named Alfie whom he is creating a comic series and children's book series around.
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