To draw you must close your eyes and sing.
I'm all for selling books, but when guys are burning my house down, that's where I draw the line.
You see, I don't draw from life at all, but I do look out of my window a lot.
When you have a book as material as it is, it's a lot easier to create a character because you have so many resources to draw upon when acting.
People take the little bit of information they're fed, and they draw a picture of who you are. Most of the time, it's wrong.
I wouldn't know how to design. I couldn't even if I wanted to, for I can't draw, and a pair of scissors in my hands becomes a dangerous weapon.
I spend a lot of my time trying to draw the attention of actors to the minute and subtle details of human behavior, which was the sort of thing I was looking at when I was a neurologist.
I actually grew up hearing this a lot: 'If you're an actor, you can only be an actor, and you have to just do that.' But in order to be a good actor, you have to draw on life experiences. To only concentrate on acting, you're cutting yourself off.
I always listen to music while I draw.
I've never played for a draw in my life.
My sketchbook is not sacrosanct, and my children would draw on one page while I drew on the other. It was something we shared.
I have four boys and two girls, and the girls, they typically want you to draw princesses, Tinkerbell, Cinderella, things like that.