How did you get into Fighting Fantasy?
I discovered Fighting Fantasy in 1987, with the gamebook of The Warlock of Firetop Mountain. I enjoyed very much. So, I have tried to have the others books.
What kind of art do you use for your inspiration?
None, I use my imagination and I have my europeen medieval inspiration (for armours, weapons, clothes…). Russ Nicholson influenced my way of drawing, because his illustrations were the first I saw in Fantasy.
What are your plans for Advanced Fighting Fantasy?
With Fighting Fantasy in french, I plan to illustrate the Out of the Pit. I hope drawing for Advanced Fighting Fantasy because I had a contact with Graham Bottley and he seems to be interested, but, from now, nothing is done. I illustrated an adventure in the Fanzine Fighting Fantazine issue 13, but it is not yet published.
Have you done anything else for gamebooks as well as illustrate?
For now, I haven’t do anything but I hope it will be maybe one day.
What would you like to illustrate for?
I would like illustrate supplements of Advanced Fighting Fantasy et maybe some floors plans, paper miniatures, for role playing games. I appreciate Fantasy but I can illustrate too Sci-Fi.
What future projects have you got coming up?
I will illustrate some monsters in the french version of Out of the Pit. A Ulule (Kickstarter french) is about to financiate Titan and I’m the creater of the Magic cards. I would like to continue to draw for Fighting Fantazine. For the future, I don’t know yet.