Fantasy artist Frank Frazetta is widely considered to be the most influential and most emulated fantasy artist in history. At the age of 8 he was enrolled in the Brooklyn Academy of Fine Arts and at 16 years old, began to draw comics. He worked with Al Capp on his Li'l Abner comic strip, produced paintings for movie posters and book covers for 'Conan the Adventurer' and paperback editions of classic Edgar Rice Burroughs books (the Tarzan and Barsoom series). Recording artists such as 'Molly Hatchet', 'Wolfmother' and 'Dust' have used Frazetta's paintings as cover art for their albums. Clint Eastwood, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Sylvester Stallone all commissioned works for their various movie projects. His primary works are in oil but he also worked with watercolor, ink and pencil alone. Frazetta has influenced and inspired generations of fantasy artists and continues to be highly regarded and sought after; with incomplete sketches selling for thousands of dollars.