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Comic books as well as cartoons are like the unwanted child of the art world. And to me, their the best thing that ever happened to art. Back in the old days catz used to write about how comicbooks were corrupting kids minds. And then those same people would go home and find a corner to read their new issue of spiderman. Its somthing about that whole universe that make us feel like theirs something else besides "reality". And that its ok to dream and fantasize. Thats always been my drive. Life tends to suck sometimes, so id create another one, in another world, and escape for a while.
Drawing comics was a gradual process. It started with me drawing characters of some sort or another. And for these characters would always be a profile. How tall they were, favorite food, personality. Everything you needed 2 know. Then it advanced to a few characters on a page doing something. Then a few pages with that. And finally paneling in those characters. Thats when it all started. And thats when my life began to become a comic book. At one point, I was actually living just so i can come up with the next story or page to my comic. And all i did was draw. Id go to school, draw.come home draw. Go out, take my pad, draw. Everything revolved around my art. And thats when I realized I was an artist, and no just another dude who draws. It became my life.
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