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This is a series I call “So You’re a Cartoonist?” which deals with all of the typical questions or remarks I receive whenever I tell people that I draw cartoons for a living.

I hate being interrupted when I’m working because I can never seem to be able to jump right back into what I was doing. Usually this is more or less a problem when I’m about to go to bed, but it happens sometimes if I am interrupted in the middle of working too. For this reason I keep notes always on hand and write down ideas for pictures, jokes, expressions, plot points, etc on anything that’s available around me... just in case...

1st March 2011

2 months ago #9248075      

This happens to me all the time when I'm writing stories

7 months ago #9150764      

i usually go into imagination land when I'm in the car or when i'm pacing

1 year ago #9003003      

Oh post it notes are wonderful... Now where did I put them?...

3 years ago #8378323      

This is why when I am interrupted, my response is "This had better be important"

3 years ago #8373597      

My way of avoiding such is to write down the story first. It also helps on the creativity.

3 years ago #8320630      

I HATE when that happens... and having three younger siblings, it can be frequent at times.

3 years ago #8317277      

It takes a person up to 1/2 an hour to regain concentration after being interrupted.

3 years ago #8197979      

I don't have to worry about that, I use to until people realized I went from quiet and relatively polite to turning into a cat that just had water thrown on it if they interrupted me when I was "in the zone". (I always apologize afterwards for my moment of evil)

3 years ago #8185783      

sdfghj Oh boy I hate it when that happens.

3 years ago #8185662      


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