I draw a lot, but it’s hard to explain. It’s like drawing a picture on paper, but it’s more of a hand-drawn thing in my opinion. For a book about pencil art that I wrote with Peter, it was a big hand-drawn picture of a pencil, but the pencil itself was painted on the drawing board. When you work it out, it’s very intricate. It’s more like painting a picture and putting a pen in it. You have to get a feel for each color and how it’s going to bleed together like a fingerprint on the paper. It’s like a painting. As well, it’s not as simple as drawing a pencil line and adding a dot of paint. It’s not that easy. It’s more like sketching and the color is just the way it’s supposed to look on the page. I’m really into the process of being able to have a feel for the colors and how they’re going to bleed together.
There is a line of people on the book that I really love and I’m thinking, I’m definitely going to draw them.
We’re on to that!
If you ever get the chance, look out for our next interview where we talk about an interview that Peter did with a group of artists.
Also, I want to let you know that we’re currently soliciting artists, so if people would like to sign up for a freebie or have an art contest, sign up here, and just let us know who you are and where you’re from.
I want to thank Chris for taking the time to do this interview. You can follow him on twitter at @chris_fisher as well as his website here.
DUBLIN — Despite an increasing number of women seeking the justice of bringing rape charges to criminal courts, the number of women who file charges of rape in the State of Ireland has remained low, a report conducted for the Republic of Ireland’s Cabinet has found.
The “Rape Case Statistic 2016”, compiled by the National Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (NAAPA) and released Thursday morning, shows that 1,717 women and 982 men are charged with assault and rape in Irish justice between 2012 and 2016.
Of a total of 5,700 women who came forward in 2014, less than 150 cases of rape were referred to the prosecution. The report also found that the number of sex crimes that fell under the umbrella of sexual assault