One of the things that keep me from publishing more comics is the fact whatever idea I can think of has already been done. I keep working on many storylines and then the creative process grinds to a h...
My wife and I have totally different eating habits, so usually we don't eat together. She eats junk food somewhere (which makes me instantly sick, so I can't join her) and I eat later at home. But no...
I'm Pavel, author of Futurepig. I draw science fiction comics. My main character is Pinton the Pig, an anti-hero living in a futuristic universe. You can find his adventures in my web page Futurepig.
I’m pretty much a traditional artist. I still draw with pencil and pens. I use the computer to color and add the text, but I'm not very good with digital art.
I try to leave comments on each submission I like, but some times I sincerely don't know what to say. I'm not good with words. Some times I rather post nothing than leave something generic and silly like “omfg cool pronz!!!!1”.
If you want to chat with me I'm pinton_the_pig on Yahoo Messenger. I'm a grumpy old man, but some times I enjoy some conversation! I'm usually online on the afternoons. If it's the first time you message me, please introduce yourself first so I know it's not a spam bot (I get lots of those)
About myself: I watch very little TV (specifically no news) so I may be totally oblivious to pop culture and current events.
Despite the fact I'm a comic artist, I don't watch cartoons or read comics (specially no superhero comics) Back in the eighties I was into "underground" and Comix, mostly European ones, but I'm not familiar with the Marvel kind of stuff (except for what has been in these recent movies) I play video games some times (I'm a total fan of the Fallout series) but I don't consider myself a gamer. I'm an avid book reader, but I read mostly old stuff from dead authors.
I have lived most of my adult life in the United States, but I didn't grow up or went to school here so I may sound totally clueless about stuff most people (particularly young) take for granted.