What is your best advice on how to become a better drawer?
Draw whatever tickles your inspiration, because the more you simulate your curiosity, the more you draw. The more you draw, the better you get. Growth is a matter of fueling yourself to get better, naturally.
What inspires you?
Depends on my state of mind. On some days I look at the overall surrounding space, and draw the people in deep conversation with a friend, waiting in a cafe for a lover, or listening to music in the train. Some days I'm looking at things from a micro perspective and focus on the granular curves of a wooden surface or the delicate tip of someone's nose. But in short, my surrounding inspires me, and the need to express that point of view.
What is your favorite part of the we-inspire system?
It is extremely intuitive. One of the most frustrating things I encounter when learning a new program is learning the language of said technology, whether it be short cuts or short comings of the system. We-inspire feels familiar. It combines a multitude of practices I am familiar with into one program: a pen, paper, and a touch of photoshop.