An artist and sometimes animator
on such games as ‘Grand Theft Auto’, ‘Body Harvest’,
‘Zenith’, ‘Micro Machines 64 Turbo’, ‘Bob
The Builder’, ‘Master Rallye’, ‘Corvette’,
and countless demo level games of all kinds. Written a lot of tutorials
on using software packages and how to make computer games. Paul
recently appeared in the UK movie Furor (John Graham).
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What was the first type of computer
you owned? Paul: A ZX Spectrum 16k. I was one of the first kids in
my school to have a proper computer. Almost everyone else wanted
an Atari games console at the time. I remember tapping away on those
funny rubber keyboards, and classic games like Manic Miner.
Have you displayed your paintings
on artwork display websites? Paul: Yeah, on a few. I have some of my artwork up on my
Myspace profile, and on my own official website of course. Some
galleries that have exhibited my paintings sometimes put my work
on their websites, but those change around a lot as new paintings
by different artists come and go.
Have you gotten acting work via
the internet? Paul: Yeah. I got my first film role in Furor through internet
contacts, and having my C.V. online. And I have sent audition applications
via e-mail when requested, which sometimes happens. The net is a
great networking tool for actors and film-makers if used the right
way. A lot of acting work can be found on many different casting
sites, some free, some require a subscription fee. The internet
is a necessity to an actor these days.