CA: What made you first start drawing? RB: I used to write all over the walls in the house with markers and crayons. Whatever I could get my hands on really. I used to do it so much that my mom wouldn’t even bother cleaning after a while. She purchased washable markers so instead of telling me don’t do that, she embraced it and could wash it away. CA: How did your style evolve since you were a kid to now?
RB: I definitely have more confidence in my lines and it has led me to
CA: What made you first start drawing? CN: I have been drawing since I was a little kid. The earliest drawings in my house are from when I was one or two years old. When I was three, I was drawing quite a bit. I kept going and going. I even drew in class and on my test papers getting in trouble quite a bit for my drawings. Everyone knew me as the artist in school. CA: When it comes to art, what sparks a piece for you?
CN: Usually my work is based on where I am living at the
CA: What made you first start drawing? LE: I would have to say my dad because he was an artist. He had me when he was young and had to switched gears when my mom got pregnant. I feel like he has always had that interest in art and it was around me when I was growing up. When it came time for me to choose my path, I was very inspired to pick up where he left off. I didn’t want the talent that I got from him to die so I would say my dad. CA: Did he give you utensils to start dr
CA: What made you first start drawing? Smack: It is kind of weird to pinpoint exactly when because according to my folks I have been drawing since I could pick up a pencil. I was drawing Super Mario Bros, Ghostbusters, Batman, or Ninja Turtles. What made me want to really consider it was when I got into comics. Probably around middle school, I started really getting into comics and kept looking at the pages like I would want to do this one day. Since then, I really started fo
CA: What made you first start drawing? Kara: Art has pretty much always been around me. My mother is an architect; she went to art school, Brooklyn College, and Columbia. I wanted to be an architect like my mom and go to art school like her when I was younger. I was three or four when I started drawing. CA: When it comes to art, what sparks a piece for you?
Kara: People are my biggest inspiration. I spent a lot time learning where lines go to build a face and a form. I starte