Stephen's first drawings were portraits of his mum, he thinks. They weren't very good, but that's because he was only three months old at the time. This was about a hundred and thirty years ago. Then he slowly taught himself to draw better, by doodling and mucking about and copying cars from old National Geographic magazines. It would be good if he had $11.55 (including GST) for every drawing he's ever done, because then he'd be a triple squillionaire and could retire, except that he wouldn't because he can't stop drawing. It's like a DISEASE! But one that's good for your health.
Find out more about Stephen Axelsen at his website.