VidFest Presentation

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    This is a loosely chronological survey of my work from my teenage fanzine artwork to screenshots of The Matrix Online, for which I wrote story continuity over the first few years of its existence. SF illustration, movie storyboards, advertising art and plenty of Concrete and other comics work included. It was part of my talk with Mark Verheiden, then a Battlestar Galactica writer/producer, to Vidfest 2007 in Vancouver BC.

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January 28, 2010

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Jim Cripps

Great story, Paul! I read something similar by Dave Sims (Cerebus, lo!), where he stated that if you wanted to be an artist--in comicbooks, but I'm sure anywhere and in any media--get a pile of paper, stacked in the corner, and start drawing. By the time you're done with that stack, you can call yourself an artist, and begin the real work of drawing. The gist of this little story, and I paraphrased the heck out of it, is that practice makes 'perfect'; you've got to do the time!

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