I am really digging some of his newer work especially since he is doing bigger paintings.... Out of all the artist that I collect he has the largest chunk of wall space, I am personally taking a break from scott but with the holidays and his low prices it is a shame that these haven't sold: G1988SF Imaginary Friends Show these are all $400.00
I love the fact that he has brought back the ninjas, and has started to mix it up with his under the sea show from the pony club.....
So Scott C. your work seriously gets me laughing out loud and can cause stomach cramping if I see too much of it at any one time, exactly how did you get to be so clever and who/what is your biggest inspiration ?
Oh, man, thanks for saying that. I have always been into making funny things. My brother and I used to make our own family circus comics when we were very young because they were easy. They were just kids doing dumb kids things, which we did anyway, so automatically funny by those standards. But Far Side and Calvin and Hobbes comics became bigger inspirations. My friends and I used to make home movies parodying our favorite things like Star Wars and Bruce Lee. I would watch Strange Brew, Blues Brothers, and Buckaroo Bonzai three times a day. I recorded all episodes of Saturday Night Live and had a collection for awhile. Also had a big Monty Python phase. So comedy and pop culture in general have been my biggest influences in life.
Who is your favorite comic book artists/writer?
It is always changing with the more stuff I am exposed to, and I get excited easily. Right now my favorite is the French artist/writer Joann Sfar who did the books Vampire Loves and Little Vampire. I have also been enjoying Nicholas Gurewitch a whole lot. And I still very much enjoy looking at Mike Mignola’s work.