Fafi Feb 26, 2009 17:52:34 GMT -8
Post by sleepboy on Feb 26, 2009 17:52:34 GMT -8
An Trash Bag Aesthetic interview with Fafi where she talks about her new comic book among other things.
TBA: Hi Fafi, thank you for taking the time out for giving TrashBagAesthetics.com an interview! We greatly appreciate it! So you’ve been working on your comic book which is said to be dropping next year (2010) can you tell us about the comic book, and what gave you the inspiration to go fourth with such a dynamic project?
Fafi: Well, I was fed up with drawing or painting only ladies, I guess I arrived at some point where I wanted to get them to live in another dimension. The more I was giving those information about how I was seeing us (young girls/women) the more I seem to inspire people. I couldn’t be satisfied with only this, I also wanted the girls that I was inspiring to believe they were part of something bigger. One day, I was taking a nap and I put myself in a strange state of mind, between sleepiness and being awake. I thought I had to come up with other characters, and a full world for them to evolve in.
TBA Interview | One On One With Fafi
TBA: So you pretty much evolved in creating more characters for your comic book. We’re quite sure that it will be a hit! A lot of women across the globe - admire your work ethic and artistic technique. Will this be one of many comic books, or just a test run? And how long has this idea been in the works?
Fafi: I have been working on it since November 2007! It’s the first part of something that can go on forever, I have so many other characters to introduce… at the end of this first part, I am really craving to follow up with the second.
TBA: It has been said ” If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” - with that notion in mind, pushing the boundaries of creating uber-sexy and yet playful characters, have you ever wanted to step out of your shell and create something entirely new? Perhaps more masculine characters?
Fafi: This is why I created the Carmine Vault, it’s another planet another dimension where all my characters live. The comic is just a support for me to explain to people what it is. The Fafinettes for example are characters like others, I also have Birtak, Hmilo, the Hillminis, each with a specific behavior, feelings…. It’s really never-ending. sex isn’t very important here, they are just creatures.
Rest of the interview here.