Q: Why chickens?
A: After years of office work, chickens were the last remaining thing that I knew how to draw.
Q: Will you ever name the chickens?
A: I don’t think so.
Q: Are the chickens male or female?
A: Neither? Both? You decide.
Q: What did you read when you were a kid?
A: Lots of stuff over the years. Dr. Seuss and Richard Scarry as a little kid, and then later on Douglas Adams, and Stephen King.
Q: What artists inspired you when you were a kid?
A: Charles Schulz, Jim Henson, Martin Waddell, Berke Breathed, Terry Gilliam.
Q: Who was the first cartoon character you ever drew?
A: The earliest one I remember is Dead Dog Bob. You can see him in the Phantom Mountain video.
Q: What inspires you?
A: Lots of people ask where I get my ideas from, and it’s really hard to say. Everything in this world is inspiring one way or another. I think it’s all about being an observer. I try to pay attention and look for the humour that’s inevitably lurking behind every situation.
Q: What are you wearing?
Q: Is there an SC book?
A: Not yet! Thanks to all the people that have been asking about a book. I’ll get something together one of these days so thanks for waiting patiently. Update: The book is out!
Q: What do you draw on?
A: Real sticky notes. Then I scan them.
Q: What pens do you use?
A: Staedtler pigment liners.
Q: How fast do you go through paper?
A: I go through a stack of sticky notes in about three weeks.
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