Carl Burks( Artist)
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Biography Carl Burks
Charles Burks was born on March 27, 1901, died Aug. 25, 2000. He was one of the most talented artists known to the whole world Disney animation studios. In addition to his love as the author of numerous comic.
Charles Burks was born in the small town of Oregon. His childhood was spent at the parent's ranch, so from a young age, Karl used to work and accountability.
. In 1908 the family resettled Burks Midland, where the parents of Charles once again decided to try their hand at breeding of cattle.
. At the age of 15 years, Charles had to endure several strong shocks
. Parents were on the verge of bankruptcy. Against the background of the situation in the mother of Charles suffered greatly in health, which led to her sudden death.
Carl strongly experienced the death of mother. Particularly inflamed the situation that he gradually began to deteriorate rumor. The disease progressed, and the young Charles had to wear a hearing aid.
Charles Burks (Carl Barks) has become a stranger among his. He started having problems in school, and he decided to leave further education.
For a long time, Karl tossed in search of work. The list of his profession can be listed for a long time.
In his free time Carl Burks was engaged in drawing. He was very fascinated this occupation, which further fundamental change his life.
In 1918 he moved to San Francisco, where he is making plans for a new life. He tries to use his talent of the artist in practice. At first it was a small newspaper in which he illustrated with cartoons and drawings.
At the end of 1935 the life of Charles Burks instantly changed. He was admitted to the state of the art studio of Walt Disney and moved to Los Angeles. In 1937, Burks has already occupied one of the leading positions in the department of development scenarios of the studio.
In 1942, the Second World War changed the lives of many people, including Burks. He has gone from Disney, but not abandoned painting. At that time he was scheduled comic strip about Donald Duck and Scrooge McDuck, who subsequently received great popularity.
After the war, Charles Burks (Carl Barks) began working in the company 'Western Publishing'. He is the author of such characters as Scrooge McDuck, Gladstone Husak, Brothers Gavs, Flinthart Glomgold, Magica De Hypnosis.
Talented artist died Aug. 25, 2000 in his mansion. Almost all of the characters created by this man is still very popular among fans of cartoons.