What I do try to do is just stay away from other people's work, because they might influence you too much in a level that you don't want to be influenced in. And you don't want to look somebody else, you want to look like yourself.
I don't consider myself to have a style or anything, I just do what I like to do and I try to do it best!
I'm happy to entertain kids you know. It's my biggest pleasure to like see a twelve year old picking up a book that I did and dreaming about being a comic book artist. That's what the magic is, everything else is just production and a job.
There's nothing too interesting about me, I'm just a dude that draws, I know there's nothing special about me that people would be standing in awe in front of me.
I'd rather meet Spider-man than some creator that would put me in real awe!
If I have free time I try and stay away from working at all. I work so much that I savour every second that I have free and I try not to draw at all. You'll never see me draw when I'm having a coffee or something.
I'm definitely influenced by lots of different things - from music, from reading, from I don't know... I have a lot of different sources of inspiration that I tap into when I need to get something done.
It's better to start slow and find your way through than decide to jump on something different later on.
I don't think about myself having any form or style. Although it does tend to be rather realistic; not too stylised at all, it's not as exaggerated as comic art normally is. I try to go for a more realistic looking approach to my art.
If you can inspire a kid that's maybe the best part of being a comic book artist.
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