member since February 02, 2006
Ive been drawing manga-style so long that I have difficulty doing it any other way, for better or worse.
I believe in art for arts sake; when a story is an allegory, its annoying, and when art is allegorical, its just plain old pretentious. Thats all there is to it.
My project Sword of Heaven is superflat: basically, a commentary on all the stuff that bugs me about manga these days- how common it is, the unreasonably popular antihero samurai genre, the terminology and language used, the random Japanese thrown in when its written by English-speaking artists, etc. Its basically a comic with all the stuff I love and hate about manga.
I try not to take myself too seriously; I like to think I have a pretty good sense of humor.
I love cartoons- mostly the ones on Adult Swim, those rock. And stuff like that, I guess. I never pass up a good comedy, and I absolutely adore kung fu movies, no matter how cheesy they are.
Im also a total music nerd. Enough said.
And as far as realism in comics goes, well, you can take realism and shove it.
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