Now before you check out the following interview between me and my pal Callen, I'd like to impart some advice onto you first. Kerry can be a man's name as well as a woman's name. OK. You got that, folks? Good. We can all relax now. And read what my mate Kerry said to be only the other day, not so long after I mistook him for a her. Ops! My bad.
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1) What are your own origins, Kerry? Plus what path did you take in life before you got to where you are today? I grew up in a very rural area, before the internet and most video games. The school I attended, 15 miles away, didn't offer any art classes. The only "art" I was exposed to came in the form of old comic books, old Mad magazines and Sunday comics. I drew my own versions of comics, and such, for fun.
8 page story, you'll get a good feel of what the entire series is like.
4) What theme tune taken from pop culture would you assign to your style of art? Here's a little secret I've never shared with anyone. I often listen to Bee Gees music while working. Most of America wrote them off after they become victims of their own success. I agree they overplayed the falsetto thing, but I would still assign "Too Much Heaven" to my Halo and Sprocket work.
It's 100% written, but I'm only on page 30 of drawing it. I'm thoroughly enjoying the process. It's my take on iconic monsters; vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghosts, etc.
I'm very happy with the story and dialog.
9) If your had a motto, what do you think it would be? "If you can't make a good impression, just make an impression". Unfortunately, I think I may accidentally live by that motto. So scratch that. How about... "People who are easily amused, are amused more often".
Ha! I couldn't have put it better myself, Kerry. Don't you agree, dear readers? Yeah! Then what are you waiting for? You know what you have to do. Check out Mister Callens website today. Go on. Click-Click. Trust me. You won't be sorry if you did.