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I don't remember a time that I didn't draw; I began drawing "seriously" in High School and intended to become a Technical Illustrator. Lack of planning and foresi...

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From what I can remember, it all started for me at the age of 14. This was the time that I first discovered Adobe Photoshop. I don’t remember being artistically-incline...

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Going on to Art School always felt inevitable for me because drawing and painting were what I shone at throughout childhood. I could often be found making my own stapled ...

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Back when I worked in a studio as a graphic designer, I decided to take a course from a well known Toronto illustrator by the name of Will Davies.  Because of his art it...

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I used to have a "formal" job at a company which bore no relation to art at all. It was comfortable and kind of interesting but I really couldn't see myself doing tha...

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I think I first became interested in illustration through reading a lot comic and picture books. When I was much younger I used to draw my own slug and snail based comic...

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In Germany I went to art school and studied Visual Communication, then I specialised in Animation. I filmed my own animated stories and experimental clips in a variety of...

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I have always loved to draw and create. As a child I built with Legos or scraps of wood, sewed with leftover fabric to make clothes for my stuffed toys, and baked so much...

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It took me a very long time to understand that I wanted to become an illustrator. Before that, I was very dissatisfied and miserable in my professional life. Waking up o...

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I sometimes wonder if I made the ‘decision’ to become an illustrator or if it was just inevitable growing up in such a creative cocoon. The eccentric creative gene ru...

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You might not be surprised to find out that my favorite illustrators are Robert McCloskey, E.H.Shepherd, Maurice Sendak, Gabrielle Vincent, Holly Hobbie (Toot and puddl...

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I grew up in a 2.5-generation Mexican-American household. Both of my parents spent time as kids working in the field, neither went to college. Art was not an understood c...

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