Ralph Cabrera started drawing Comics for Americomics at the age of 20. His passion for comics was always present as he completed several freelance jobs for DC Comics until he obtained a monthly title with Marvel Comics. His full-time career with Marvel lasted over 10 years. In 1996, he began his freelance work. He has held numerous conferences and has published ten books including "How to get into and Graduate from College in 4 Years" with Martin J. Spethman.

Ralph loves sketching and continues to study human anatomy. He is well known for the humanistic flow of hair and his ability to draw muscle tones. From the flow of his comic book art to his caricatures, Ralph's art is unique. He enjoys working in the Advertising field and being part of the comic industry. In 2006, Ralph endeavored in an extreme sport line of apparel. In 2009, he completed his rendition of " The Last Supper" which took 13 Good Fridays to complete. In 2010, he completed a childrens book with his wife Mary, entitled "My Mommy's Having Twins". He has three girls whom the book is based off. He has worked with Easter Seals, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, League Against Cancer, the Rojani Foundation as well as the restoration of the Marine Stadium in Key Biscayne, Florida. He supports literacy programs and career day activities designed to motivate our youth. From Radio Peace, Camino and Emaus, Ralph enjoys the ability to give back to the community. From Project Green to the Riverwalk events, Ralph nows the benefits of sharing his talents on projects tailored for the benefit of all.

His interests include Cycling, Boating, Swimming, Karaoke and spending a relaxing evening with friends. He enjoys a good graphic novel as well as the ability to admire his ongoing collection of Conan.

During the summer, he offers art classes for both children and adults. He believes that education and faith are the tools to achieve inner success. When traveling, his favorite activity involves his quest for the perfect KEY LIME PIE. At home, he is the king of the BBQ. Upon further examination of his artwork, you can see his persistence with perfection of the figure in action. We invite you to enter into the world of Ralph Cabrera.

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