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Multiple Choice:Q27-30
     

W: Recently artist Samuel Cliff and writer Dan Archer took our readers by surprise with their new comment book entitled Tales Up The Forest. With a diverse cast of characters, and a craze story that reflex upon both reality and unreality, Samuel has once again exposed his unique art to a much larger audience. Here in the studio we are happy to have you with us. Samuel, as an artist where have you been, and where are you going?
M: well, I’d like to think that my past as an artist has been an interesting one as far. Stylistically there have been a lot of changes; I started out with a chunky organic brush style, very popular that time. Back then when I did my first book, My Dollar, I had a feeling that comments would just too precious, and I want my work to be bold. I still enjoy working that way. But since then my Interests have changed. Half way through my “Run on the Little Cat”, that’s my second series, I move towards a more linear style, which is something I always loved. I’ve been trying a little variations on things out since then, and now I am trying to push towards a more graphic work. I really loved doing color work.
W: I’d say your works have been fully eclectic in tone and story, do you agree?
M: Yeah, eclectic is a good word for it. I try to take on a project that seems interesting to me, I can’t imagine working on just one kind of story for the rest of my life.
W: You are, em, for lack of a better term, all-inclusive artist, meaning you usually ink your own pencils and keep you own style, can you stand to be influenced by someone else?
M: I have been influenced by others in the past, and we’ve all done an outstanding job. It’s the nature of collaboration, isn’t it? The thing is now I really enjoying having control over the final look of the art work.
W: what is it about the company you’ve giving it so much of your time and effort as an artist?
M: It’s a very nurturing environment. My editors are all open to new ideas. They’ve encouraged me to push my abilities and grow. It’s a great place to be. And I wonder they keep renewing my contract.

Q27: What is the man’s job?
Q28: What’s the man trying to do now for his works?
Q29: What’s the woman’s comment about the man’s artistic works?
Q30: What does the man say about the company with whom he has contracts?