The Irish story of how a little clipart started in my head

Posted November 09, 2018 06:09:22As a kid, I was a huge fan of The Simpsons, but when it came to drawing and creating cartoons in general, I couldn’t get much further than the simple things.

I would have to draw something from memory and then I would make a few small drawings on the paper, then put them together in Photoshop, and then have them ready to be printed.

For years, I just kept drawing simple stuff.

I drew a horse and a pig, I drew an apple and a tree, and a dog and a cat.

I also drew a couple of other characters from my favourite show, The Simpsons.

But then one day I got a call from a friend who wanted to join the group of cartoonists.

I had a feeling he might be interested in my drawing skills, and I said yes.

I got to work on a little comic about an apple, and that was my first real exposure to creating a comic in a real world.

I knew nothing about drawing or comics at all, but it was like a dream come true.

So it was only a matter of time before I began to take on the task of drawing comic books.

The next step for me was to get my own book, which is where I found myself in the comic book world.

For a while I didn’t really have the resources to do any type of graphic design work, so I had to do some sketching and drawing to do the job.

I would get really into it, and make a lot of little comics that would then be sold.

I was also drawing a lot, so that meant I was drawing lots of pictures, too.

I could draw pictures and I could make drawings, so it became a pretty good way to make money.

But it wasn’t enough.

So I started drawing a whole lot more.

It was only when I started doing more drawing that I realised that I was getting much better at it, so by the time I was 20, I had developed an art style.

It was something I really enjoyed, and so I decided to start getting paid for it.

It started out as a side job, and now I have a full-time job, which has really helped me.

There are a few people who have done it before me, and they all have been really successful.

I don’t really do it for any sort of financial gain.

It’s just something I enjoy doing.

I enjoy the process of making comics, and it’s also something I like doing.

I have always been very curious about comics, even as a kid.

I always wanted to be a comic book artist, and when I was young, I would watch some of my favourite shows like The Simpsons and I would ask my father for some comic books he had.

He would always be very supportive of me.

I never really had any real financial goal in mind, but at the same time I knew that if I kept doing comics, I might get some money from them.

So as I got older, I decided that I would try to make a living out of comics, so if I ever had to go back to school, I could earn a living doing it.

When I was in my early 20s, I started to feel like I was really into comics, but I never really got any real money out of them.

But I did have a very strong relationship with my art.

It became really important to me that I could support myself.

I was lucky enough to have a lot more money than I ever imagined I would.

It started with my parents, who made me an allowance, and my friends and family, who provided financial support.

It then snowballed to people like my dad and my uncle, who are both artists, and also helped me make a little bit more money.

In the early 2000s, my uncle had a career as a writer, and he did a lot for me.

So he was very generous to help me out.

I still have a few comic books, but they are all gone.

It is very sad, because it’s been a very good life for me, but he is really proud of the work I have done for him.

It gives him a sense of pride and he is happy that I have been able to keep it going.

It’s always been about the money, and at the end of the day, I don’t think I have ever really cared about money.

I have always just wanted to make art, and be an artist.

I didn’st want to work in a corporate environment, and in my free time I just enjoyed drawing and being around my friends.

But I never thought I would be doing something as big as comics.

I just wanted my own little corner of the world to be where I could do my own thing.

I feel like this has been the most important part of my life for a long time.

I’ve never really cared what anybody thinks about me, or what