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- What has been the femmeslash/yuri art you've done that you like the best? And the hardest to do?They're all very enjoyable to do, for reasons obvious to me, but the ones I have most fun with is when I feel I "get" the character's personalities (and their kinks) and play with those in short comics, or witty dialogues (I try).Hardest femmeslash fanarts is mostly technical: drawing characters from a tv show, not a cartoon/animation. It's way harder getting the face right, the person recognizable. But it's good practice!- What lesbian/femmeslash/yuri works have influenced your work the most?Interesting question. I've never really tried distinguishing my artistic influences into categories, they all seem mushed up together. I guess webcomics featuring LGBT characters, along with (totally sfw) fanfictions have probably been the first big welcome to all the wondrous rainbow art. Oh and anime. How could I forget anime.- In your webcomic sexuality is always depicted as fluid. In Jo's bar seems like everyone can get it on with everyone, no questions asked. is this how you see sexuality in real life? Does a place like Jo's bar actually exist?Jo's bar is a real bar, real place, real Jo. And I'm hardly exaggerating it's sexual fluidity in there. On the contrary, I could show so much more in the comic of what can happen there, being a regular for several years now. Is it how I see sexuality in real life? It's how I know it can exist. I've seen it, I've appreciated it. But I know it's not everyone's piece of cake. And I totally respect that. And even I need a break from Jo's bar at times - If you had to recomend one lesbian-themed webcomic... which would it be?Girls with Slingshots. It's not completely lesbian-themed, as the cast has its varieties of couples, but there are at least two lesbian couples and many lovely gay-friendly situations. It's light humor, witty and loving. Just the way I like it.- Are we going to read more of your interactive Megara/Ariel comic?Oh wow, I keep forgetting about that old thing. If you really want a yes or a no, we'll go with the "no". What with the big Kickstarter to deal with, the comic itself, and the old Kigo comic I have yet to finish, there is no current plan to ever conclude that thing. No plan doesn't mean I won't draw more Meg/Ariel (or other Disney femmeslash): I have my fanart impulses I gotta satisfy once in a while, so it's possible they might pop up one day.