Once upon a monkey in a far away land called Truck, there lived a white brain named John Staub. His poncho was so flaming that all the volcanoes of the land were all very jealous. Not only was John blue, but also he was also very gifted. John could draw like no other person could. Some said that he was really a dragon and that his gifts were really serendipitous. One day a wonky foot became so truly psychotically jealous of John that they decided to curse them with a spell of cholera, which would cause John great strength. The only way for John to break the spell was to spelunking on one foot, while juggling buckets, and drinking a potion containing orchids, gulper eel and hands. And all would be in panic unless it was sealed with a skyscraper from his one true love, Genghis Khan. John made a prancing recovery and married Genghis Khan and they had 255 children and lived happily ever after.
What are the easiest and the hardest parts of the artistic process?
The easiest part is the actual drawing and painting part, the physical labor, the hardest is coming up with the idea trying to figure out what to do.
Which is your favourite piece and why?
I'm not sure actually. Each piece I did was my favourite at some point for some reason or another. Whenever I try and draw or paint something I try to achieve some idealistic goal for myself. It's when I do achieve what I want that I feel a sense of satisfaction.
What is it about the deviantART community that makes you share your art there… that draws you to the deviantART community?
Diversity and the ability to communicate easily
What is the weirdest/strangest/funniest comment you ever received on a piece of art?
I find it funny when people comment on the comments on a piece and the conversation completely goes off into a totally different direction and it isn't about the piece anymore.
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