|We are excited to present a new series of interviews
featuring members of the Renderosity Cartoonist Team. Each week
these outstanding artists put the "giggles" in our funny bones, and
the "thrills and chills" in our adventurous spirits. This week our
featured cartoonist is Genny Brazell , better known on
Renderosity as genny. Each week Genny deconstructs the
meaning to everyday sayings, re-molding them into humorous
situations on the Renderosity Front Page News' Comic Strip
pages. Don't miss a week of genny's strips ... your funnybone will
thank you for the giggle! while you are there be sure to say hi to
Genny and the rest of the Renderosity Cartoonist Team!
Genny, can you tell us a little about yourself? I suppose what people may find most interesting about me is my job. I am a Lead Mechanic for a major airline and have been for the last 16 years, and, "yes" I am a woman. In fact, the sole reason I ever bought a computer was because my employer decided to "go paperless," and put all the manuals and IPC's (that's illustrated parts catalogs) online, through an "Intranet" service, and I was forced to use it in order to do my job. At that time, I was totally intimidated by the whole thing, but after buying my own computer and using it at home for "Fun" I discovered programs such as Paint Shop Pro, then Poser and then Vue. Since then I have been hooked. Now at work, I am totally at ease with everything I have to do on the computer, and this may be terrible to say, but if the computer locks-up on me I don't have a problem at all "doing" the Hard-Boot! [laughter] I won't think of doing that at home unless it was the last resort!
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A special "thank you" to contributing columnist, artist, Angel1, for taking time out of her busy schedule to conduct this month's Free Stuff Artist Interview. Aug 22, 2005
Hi Genny, You are such an outstanding "wordsmith." Each week your strip gives me the giggles. I always make sure that I am not drinking my first cup of coffee while reading a new toon [I have, in the past, sprayed my keyboard with sudden laughter which is not a good thing when working on a laptop]. Loved the story about your mom, and how you started your strip, it was very touching :] Thank you for sharing your time and talent with the Renderosity Community each week! Dee-Marie
I'll second what Dee-Marie has said. I also enjoy your comics. I was also touched by what you said about your mom. It brought back memories about when I was a teenager and my grandfather lived with us and how he would read the paper and ask about various words and their meanings. It's really nice to get to know a little about the people you meet each week on the pages or Rosity. Thanks a lot. And thank you Amgel1 for your interview.