Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Practice 5.

I'm curious.

When and how did you decide to become what you are now?
When did you decide to become a doctor? A lawyer? A publisher?

Where were you, and what were you doing, when you realized that was the path you should follow?


Anonymous said...

I didn't really have a definitive moment, it was more of a gradual thing. But this I know: at first I thought comics and illustration was my calling because that was the only thing I was any good at. Somewhere between then and now I realized that was not the case: comics is my true calling because that's the thing I'm BETTER at.

Hard, hard work, and loving every minute of it. :D Must push myself to work harder, though.

Mike Wieringo said...

I love these strips you're doing. It's an amazingly effective way of showing that though drawing is a lifelong learning curve-- so is storytelling. This strips to the bone the necessity to have clear, concise storytelling if you're going to do good comics.

And you two do GREAT COMICS.