I think that an artist is a bit like a computer. He receives information from the world around him and from his past and from his own experiences. And it all goes into the brain.
And having suffered for part of the war when I was a child. I was too young to really understand what was going on but one of my favorite pieces of animation now is that Goodbye Blue Sky in The Wall because that deals directly with that period in time.
Well I was an asthmatic child. So that for most of my childhood I was in bed. Bedridden.
Where as in animation you have to kind of do a series of drawings in between to complete the movement.
I have been to several wars to draw. I went to Vietnam. And made drawings in Vietnam during that period of the war there, and found that to be a very very sad situation.
How do I feel about war? Well anybody I guess, I hope, I don't like it.
I haven't done a book for about 3 or 4 years now.
So war is an extremely sad business, because the majority of people don't want to be in it.
So the whole of war, when you look at it is probably run by professional soldiers, and the rest of them are just recruits, or people who are just forced to join the army.
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