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Well, let me tell you about the absolute worst, most sickening nightmare I ever had. This one isn't for the kids. OK, so there's this huge pile of crap, right? It's shaped like a giant tank, and it's walking around on two legs, goin' on a rampage and stompin' on people and houses and stuff. And this giant turd is carrying the nastiest missiles you ever saw. Like whenever it launches one of its turd missiles... whatever it hits - people, trees, buildings - turns into shit. My hometown, my old school, my family, my girlfriend, old man John... Everything in that turd's path turned into shit.
Why did you get into art?: I used to be terrible at drawing, I even used to struggle with stick men, but I liked to draw stuff anyways because I felt it was a good way to pass time in class (this was back when I didn't give two shits about school, I slowly got better and better but I had no concept of texture or shading. But when my marks came back to bite me, I stopped drawing altogether so I could catch up. This was at about gr 6-ish. But one day while I was playing ps2 (as I always did) and thinking to myself during a loading screen "man, I kick-ass at this game" I said to myself, and then another thought sunk in, who cares if I can own every noob and slash every score? Is that all I'm good at? That thought made me uneasy, it made me feel like a failure. I wasn't good at sports, I wasn't good with people, people just thought (and mostly still do think) of me as 'that gamer kid'. I pondered, I can't just waste my life, I need a talent, I need a legacy, something someone will recognize me by. I was pacing around my room, taut with discontentment. I need a better hobby, something I could express myself in, something that wasn't too hard... My eyes wondered to a half-finished comic. I opened it to see that hey, this comic isn't half bad, this isn't bad at all, this is actually hilarious! Remembering that I could draw made me want to start drawing again. So, I did. And this is how I got here.
You hardly post any drawings, why?: It's not that I don't draw, It's usually that a lot of my drawings are either not satisfactory, personal, too graphic, or just scrap concepts that aren't even worth finishing.
You open for trades? Requests?: Yeah I'll do requests BUT they'll just be loose and untidy sketches. I'll do trades too, just be easy on me.