1. How long have you been on DeviantArt?
12 years this November.
2. What does your username mean?
It was a non-swearing swearword from the office I worked in back in the 90s that became my handle.
3. Describe yourself in three words.
Not quite cult-classic
4. Are you left or right handed?
Right, but according to doctors when I was growing up, my hemispheres are "reversed," so I write with my right hand like a lefty. Took the school 4 years before they finally gave up on trying to train me to write "normally."
6. What is your favourite type of art to create?
I have a fondness for pin-ups, if only because I like women, but i LOVE creating characters, especially superheroes.
7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
Digital. Learning how to use a tablet is like teaching myself Esperanto by listening to native speakers alone (hint: there's no such thing as a native speaker of Esperanto).
9. What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
Naked women. I really need to get a girlfriend.
10. Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist?
Outside of my friends and artists who have been banned for life from here, probably JollyJack or Nebezial.
11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be?
See question 10.
12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
Can't say. None really have.
13. What are your preferred tools to create art?
Mechanical pencil and paper. It's a dying and much maligned artform.
14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
If we're going off of the quantity of artwork produced in one particular location, I'd have no choice but to say "my desk at work."
15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
Shortly after I started my gallery here, some no-talent jackass posted a piece of fanart I'd done of Artica from the comic book "Extinctioners" as his own artwork of his character and a number of artists I'd never even talked to before somehow recognized it and pounced on him until he took it down. It was the first time I'd ever actually felt a part of an artistic community, as well as the first time I ever learned that anyone had even heard of me before.