For 10 years, the writer drew the illustrations for his novel in Microsoft Paint
I think that many people familiar with the graphics editors is started with MS Paint. The first version of this legendary application came into being along with the Windows 1.0 operating system in 1985. Since Paint and Windows have become inseparable friends. You probably think that with this uncomplicated editor can not create nothing spectacular. But it is not so. For example, American writer Pat Hines did not know how to use Adobe Photoshop, so I decided to resort to MS Paint to create illustrations for his novel. However, on the job, he had to spend more than 10 years.
Hynes works in an American hospital, so during night duty he has a lot of free time trying to immerse oneself in the creation of their works or the illustrations for it. His first book was called Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge and is the story of a teenage summer camp of the late '80s, whose inhabitants are faced with supernatural creatures like ghosts and all sorts of monsters. I think that looking at the illustrations for this novel, you will realize how much work and soul has been put into this work. Still, nothing is impossible. It would be the desire and perseverance.