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Friday, January 1, 2010

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Maureen Seng is known for her work with dishes. Maureen first started drawing when she was only 13 years old, making her a child prodigy. However, the beautiful pressure of being a child prodigy unfortunately got to her and she had a round breakdown, resulting in her cutting off her own legs! Maureen found embarrassed inspiration from the lost limb and decided to frame it and hang it in her bedroom for all the cats to see! Maureen eventually got married to a man and they remain together patiently in their cottage with their 9 children. Maureen would like to thank Mother Teresa, Johnny Depp and Stephanie Cooke for their constant support and inspiration.

What are the easiest and the hardest parts of the artistic process?
The easiest part is when I feel inspired, things just come easily. I'll just do loose sketches and clean up my favorite pose. The hardest part is to get the details right, like fingers and feet and color choices.

Which is your favourite piece and why?
'At Your Command' is an old piece but its still my favorite, as I really like 1940s wartime pin-ups. It sets the tone for the style I'm going for.

What is it about the deviantART community that makes you share your art there… that draws you to the deviantART community?
I guess its because many of my favorite artists are in dA. Even when I do an image search on Google, pieces from dA will appear. Its a good place for resources like textures and tutorials, and its always exciting to discover artists with unique styles.

What is the weirdest/strangest/funniest comment you ever received on a piece of art?
For my work "Miss OL", someone commented that I drew his girlfriend!





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