I just watched this wonderfull documentary about the father of all dark fantasy as we know it today: Frank Frazetta.
It's called "Painting with fire" and is full of face-to-face interviews with Frank, his family and other artist who were inspired by him (Simon Bisley, Brom).
Once you see the film, you'll see why every single one of us looks up to him.
And at the end of the movie, he demonstrates drawing a panther with his left (!) hand since he suffered two strokes and can't use his right hand.
It is incredible to be able to watch and listen to such an outstanding personality.
No fancy talking, no arty-bullshit. Just a tough old guy, who's been around in life.
Hats off to the guys who made the doc.
And to you all:
Have a good one, fellow artists.