Life of Glych #63

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Glych

This is basically a streamlined view of my life thus far. If it doesn’t make sense, let me know.

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Life of Glych #62

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Glych

I like amorphous shapely backgrounds of nothingness…

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Life of Glych #61

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I was very driven was I was younger. By the time I was 16 I was working as an assistant for Ken Penders on the Sonic the Hedgehog books for Archie Comics. By the time I was 19, I was working as a storyboard artist at O Entertainment on the thumb movies.

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Life of Glych #60

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My mother repeated this story to me from an early age. Repeatedly.

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Life of Glych #59

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This is true. My parents called me (jokingly) their retirement plan from an early age. This puts a hell of a lot of pressure on a kid.

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Life of Glych #58

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The teacher told my parents that my drawing was distracting to the other students. The behavioral class had instructors there that were trained to spot personality and mental issues. They realized I was bored, not problematic and required far more stimulation than what I was getting.

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Life of Glych #57

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This week’s comics are going to focus on childhood pressures to become something great with my talent.┬áMy father had an extensive art library full of sketches and paintings of the masters. I knew names like Rembrandt and Picasso before I knew the names of actors. I knew several of their paintings by sight before I could write their names in cursive. I was groomed to be an artist from an early age.

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