I wrote a part for myself in the 2011 Barry Bones story. I think I look handsome.
almost 2 years ago
You look grouchy. Alter ego?
The pocket protector is my favorite part.
Having his eyes closed while he talks totally makes him look like he feels he is smarter than whoever he is talking to. I think I work with that guy...
Sorry Inka. Not much of an alter ego. Anyone who really knows me knows this is really me. Except more hair.
I always imagine cartoonists to be always happy. So you channel your inner happiness into your work then? ;-)
Loving Joey the Blob, my favorite cartoon already!
I think most artists deal with the highs and lows of creating things. I wouldn't say I'm a happy (or sad) person, but I do enjoy creating happy things, or things that people find funny. I enjoy being funny.
The creation process, whether its a cartoon, a website, a logo etc. is a very personal process and includes a lot of happiness and sadness throughout.
When creating something, I pull from past experiences, art education, personal tastes and the information that I am given at the moment, while trying to stifle bad habits and shortcuts. It's also hard work to stay motivated throughout the entire process. So, once the art is complete and shared with an audience, its easy to second guess everything, including yourself and abilities.
SO despite my happy artwork, I'm just as insecure as everyone else. ;-)
Well said, Joey. I guess that comes with everything you're passionate about doing. Grouchy or not, it's always enjoyable seeing your work :-)
I love watching your process and the development of your creatures and characters.
Love how expressive this is. I can just hear the conversation he's having, even without the words.
over 1 year ago
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