Known for his record covers, film posters, paintings, science fiction drawings, and comic reserve artwork, he received 3 Chesley Awards; a Hugo Award; a Range Grand Professional of Fantastic Artwork Award; and inductions in to the Jack port Kirby Hall of Popularity as well as the Can Eisner Comic Reserve Hall of Popularity. He began schooling on the Brooklyn Academy of Great Arts when he was just eight years of age. Eight years afterwards, he began employed in the studio room of comic reserve musician Bernard Baily. Through the past due 1970s and early 1980s, he made album addresses for three Molly Hatchet recordings. He and his three sisters had been elevated in Brooklyn, NY. In 1956, he wedded Eleanor Kelly; the few raised children called Frank Jr., Billy, Holly, and Heidi. Early in his profession, he helped Al Capp with Capp’s well-known Li’l Abner comic remove.