Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Charles Forsman Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Anytime I feel like I am beginning to explain the plot or characters too much my stomach churns. I like stories that let the characters speak for themselves and don’t give you all the information.
Something that comics afford me is being able to change my mind at the last minute.
I have so many comics laying around the house and I’ve never been great at keeping them organized.
I always idealized the mainstream cartoonists and the packed schedule they worked under.
I was really into music, but I thought, ‘Comics are great, I should get back into that.’
There is no editor or agent or person with a sack of money that will magically come down and give you motivation to make your thing.
I do love sparse cartooning.
As for the cartoonists ‘Oily’ prints, they are just artists I admire. I am lucky to be friends with most of them so it was easy to contact them. Some have come to me but mainly they are just folks that I admire.
Growing up my brother showed me a lot of Cohen brothers movies, I guess that’s where I get my dark humor from.
I like to leave things open, and even when I write out the story ahead of time, it always changes. I don’t think I would finish anything if I was sticking to a plan that was very rigid.
After high school I moved out and worked at pizza shops and movie theaters and moved to L.A. for a year and lived with my brother.
‘Automa’ is probably my first sci-fi story. It’s not hard sci-fi but more in the ‘Terminator 2’ vein.
I listen to tech podcasts and read tech news everyday. So I am not unfamiliar with Amazon’s practices. I’m not surprised that they bought Comixology.
I got sick of high school really quick, and I dropped out in 10th or 11th grade. I was in such a rush to grow up that I think I missed a lot of it.
I’m the kind of person who can paralyze myself very easily by over-thinking decisions.
I feel like interviews are the only time I actually analyze my own work.
I’m a huge fan of not doing world-building or exposition. My eyes glaze over when I see it.
I’ve realized that I will probably write about teenagers and that time in people’s lives – I’ll probably come back to it a lot.
Find the confidence in whatever way you can to just keep moving onto the next page. The only way you will finish projects and get better is to keep moving forward.
I grew up with 2 older brothers, the oldest of which was big into film. Hanging around him got me seeing so much good stuff at an early age. Maybe a 10-year-old should not be watching ‘Boyz N the Hood’ like 10 times in a row? I don’t know. But it probably shaped me in some way.
I’m hard-pressed to say that anything I do in my comics is intentional. But that is a stupid thing to say.
I think when I first sold digital comics it was sort of on a whim.
I always wanted to write about comics and I have written little things here and there but I am not confident in my writing.
If we got writing assignments in English class to make up a story, that was when the glimmer of creativity popped out. That was way more interesting to me than writing down my life details.
I was pretty depressed when I was a teenager. The thing that spurred that on was that my dad died from cancer when I was 11 years old.
I dropped out of high school, and had this girlfriend, and we broke up, and it was this horrible crisis.
I would love to do a pay-what-you-want but that just doesn’t work for physical comics so well.
I was in my early twenties and trying to figure out what I wanted to do and comics came back in my life and I thought I really want to give it a try.
I’m going to try to have a bonus item with each issue of ‘Revenger.’
I have about 20 sketchbooks from my childhood filled with drawings, but I’d only have a page here or there where I was trying to figure out how to do comics.
I had zits on my thighs when I was a kid. I remember feeling so disgusting and grossed out by them.
I didn’t have a horrible life as a teenager but I was certainly depressed and had some pain in my life at that time. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking back on that time in my life. I think I am just fascinated by it.
I like Comixology and I think they have a very captive audience which is good and bad. I hope that getting my books on there expose folks who just read Marvel/DC/Image to try something different.