Polygon: How did you get into painting?

I’ve always loved painting, and as a kid I got to paint in my dad’s house.

When I was about six years old, I remember the first time I painted with my dad, I actually started with the old school paintbrush.

I didn’t have any brushes at the time.

I just got one, and I took it with me to the store and bought a lot of paints.

So I started painting and I was pretty good at it, and my dad got really into it.

The second one I got, I bought a new one.

So it was pretty much my whole life, I guess.

And then when I was seven or eight years old I started taking painting classes and doing a lot more of it.

I was a little bit of a perfectionist, but I think it really came from my dad.

I think I really got into it at that age, and when I got a little older, I started to really take it more seriously, and to really get into it a lot.

The painting is all about expression.

What you do in the painting, the colors, the patterns, everything, is really up to you.

It’s a lot about what you’re thinking about when you’re painting it, what your mind is doing when you do that, and how you do it.

When you’re trying to get a good effect, you’re really not thinking about anything but you’re also not trying to make a mistake.

I guess I got pretty good about it at one point, and then as I got older, it got harder to do it and harder to get better at it.

So my first couple of brushes, I think they were brushes with the paintbrush or something like that, were all a little less than a year old.

And it just got harder and harder as I progressed.

I got better at them, and by the time I was 16 or 17 I started doing a little more with the spray gun, and that’s when I really started to get really good.

I started getting really good at getting the best results and really getting the effects I wanted.

I also took painting classes at a young age, when I still did the painting classes.

I did a bunch of painting classes in high school, and even in college I took painting class, and really got good at that, as well.

I remember doing my first painting class at age 17, I had like five or six classes with different styles and I started learning how to paint pretty well, and it just really came naturally.

I used to paint when I would be in the back yard, I would take some brushes and just just paint on the walls, and paint on other people’s walls.

It was kind of fun to paint and just see it all come together.

I guess the most important thing is to be able to paint.

And if you can’t paint, you don’t have to be there.

And the most interesting thing about being in school, the most difficult thing, is being able to do all those different things and not have to worry about doing something, so you’re able to just focus on what you want to do.

I don’t know how many times I’ve gone to school and had to work on a painting, because it was just kind of so much fun, it was so much work.

And so I was really excited to go to school.

It wasn’t like a huge deal, it wasn’t really a burden.

I had so much time on my hands, I could just go to class, work on the paintings, and do my painting classes, and work on my art.

I’m so lucky.

I think it’s really important to try and take art classes if you want it, but if you really want to make art, I’m not really sure you have to go there.

You could probably get a degree and do a bunch more art classes, or you could go into an art school and just paint a bunch.

So yeah, it’s kind of up to yourself.

It depends.

And I think the important thing, really, is to try to learn to enjoy what you do.

It is what it is, and there are no bad feelings or anything like that.

I have no bad feeling about it, or anything that makes me feel bad about it.

You know, it just depends on what kind of artist you are, or how well you’re doing at that.