We have an amazing special guest today! Adam Hughes has graced Art Libs with his presence! He has answered our questions and has done an art lib for your pleasure! Please enjoy this amazing feature on him and his stunning art!
Adam Hughes is known for his work with bags of wet mice. Adam first started drawing when he was only a googolplex years old, making him a child prodigy. However, the mostly hairless pressure of being a child prodigy unabashedly got to him and he had a buxom breakdown, resulting in him cutting off his own taint! Adam found creamy inspiration from the lost limb and decided to frame it and hang it in his men’s room at Clown College for all the sizzling hot weasels on a stick to see! Adam eventually got married to the guy who boils Paris Hilton’s dildos and they remain together animatedly in St. Peter’s Basilica with their 1003 children. Adam would like to thank Joe Stalin, Chester A. Arthur and the first airbrush to paint a Frazetta on a van for their constant support and inspiration.
What are the easiest and the hardest parts of the artistic process?
Easiest? Coming up with ideas. Hardest? Executing them the way I see them in my head.
Where and how do you find inspiration?
WHEREVER I CAN FIND IT. Anything from desperation to other artists' work - inspiration is where you find it.
What do you feel is the significance of online communities, such as deviantART, to aspiring artists?
It enables apsiring artists to get answers to those confusing basic questions that confound us at the beginning.
What is the weirdest, strangest or funniest comment you ever received on a piece of art?
"Her tits should be bigger."
What advice can you offer to other artists?
Art is a journey with no final destination. You will never arrive where you think you are going, and even when you get to a point where you feel as if you've 'arrived' in some meaningful way, the journey will change you. Be open-minded, be eager to experience new things, and always welcome change.
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