I’ve never been able to draw well, but I can draw. When I was seven, I started using my parents’ computer and I had this little wooden box that I would put my drawing down on. It was not big enough, but somehow I would draw in little lines and put it down there on the computer. That’s how I drew pretty much my entire life, and I’ve never looked back. I’m really good at it. I love it.
In the course of the interview I mention a couple of your projects on Kickstarter, but what’s the project with the most potential?
The project that we’re looking at now is called Sushi & Fish, which is a Japanese-themed comic. It’s about these three boys who go into a sushi shop and are like, “Oh, this place is so dirty!” But it’s actually really fun.
Your first story, “Fashion for Food,” is a visual memoir. You didn’t put too much time into it, but I think “Fashion: The Story of the Soho House” is pretty good.
I wrote it in one day! It was, like, six pages, and I thought it was great. I didn’t have it down at all. The story is pretty short, and if I wrote another one in a whole year there’s no way I could do it, but there are so many ideas.
I think my next plan would be to do a comic book series. I feel like a comic book writer’s always got a little bit more story to tell than a screenwriter. I’m not sure I’ve ever had that many pages to tell. But I could absolutely do it and do an entire book.
What about this Kickstarter, the “Superheroes of Shabara” project, the one where you’ve got a series of comics.
I got in contact with a couple of guys, Brian and Scott (Denton), who run this Kickstarter called the Shabara Kickstarter right now. They do it all for the fans and for the comic book folks.
I got in touch with them a couple days ago and they sent me to this web site. They had this web site called Shabara.com and I did a little research and found a couple of interviews with me that were pretty great.
The series of comics came up and they said, “Yeah, you’re doing more comics!” But before you can do more comics,
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