Hi Thierry, itâ€™s really good to speak to you. I have to admit Iâ€™m a bit of a fan of yours and Iâ€™m pretty familiar with a lot of your work, although I donâ€™t know a great deal about you. Can you tell us a little about how you realized you were a talented artist? Also I noticed that you spent some time in Kent in the UK â€" what did you think of the UK when you were here?
Hi Simon, thank you again for this little chat. There isnâ€™t much to say about my work. I would love to believe that I create or design stuff, however the reality is a mere colorful pile of production digital bits. Iâ€™ve always been drawing or chasing my dreams and hopefully this will be a lifetime quest. I say quest because it includes resilience, passion and hard work.
(Laughs) I canâ€™t blame you for wanting to escape the British weather â€" I often feel that way! You mention that you have always drawn. Can you remember what it was that first got you interested in drawing? A lot of artists say things like comic books or the Disney films â€" was there anything you can remember that specifically made you want to draw?
My memory is very deficient; there are probably a few loose wires somewhere! My guess is that Iâ€™ve been drawing since the first time my parents put a pencil in my hands. All kids are interested in drawing; it is your first way to express things, even before you can speak. Comic books or movies may