For which I did an interview. 8D [link]
has put together a nice assortment of interviews and articles for #projecteducate
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Probably the most important part of the interview for me was finally putting in to words how I feel about TG. TG is a success because the comic I draw after it will be better. I treasure all support TG receives, but the thing I most want TG's readers to understand is that TG isn't just the beginning of maybe a longer series. It's the beginning of me as a cartoonist. You don't just support this random project. You support my development as a creator. Without TG, I won't be able to draw something better in the future. Please view TG as the rough beginning of a possibly great creator, not the crowning accomplishment of a mediocre creator. ;_; (But I guess you should check back with me in a few years to see if I'm right about my future.)
I've never figured out how to say that bit before. That's honestly how I feel, there.
ALSO, HOW JERKY IS IT OF ME TO ADORE THAT SOMEONE REJECTED MY INTERVIEW?!?! I actually said something worth clicking the reject button over. I'd rather have people click the like button, but being controversial is just as artistic, right? Perhaps it's the part where I said if I have to pick what's more important, art or story, I pick art?!
It's bothersome to have to pick one or the other, it's a comic. They're pointedly united into one entity.
But fine, if I gotta pick ....
I won't completely subvert the question by saying "BOTH! C: TEEE HEEE!"
And I can't say story. Because if I said the story was the most important part, then WHY OH WHY am I doing a full color comic? I could tell this story three times as fast and just as well in black and white.
SO ART IT IS. If I have to pick one over the other. It takes the most time, easily.
But maybe that isn't why someone rejected the article. Maybe they just accidentally clicked it. That would be sad. I love being disagreed with. I'd be highly dissatisfied if it was an accidental rejection.
Check out the interview [link]
if you like. And please fav it if you enjoyed it to show support of project educate. 8D (or reject it, if you feel so inclined.