Bij planetquake hebben ze een interview gescoord met Paul Jaquays van id Software. Ze spreken over de wissel van projecten ( van Team Arena naar Doom 3 ), consoles komen aan bod en natuurlijk is er wat info over Paul zelf.
Kiltron: I've noticed you're an avid painter outside of id Software. Ever consider creating a side business selling your works of art? Lithos, Cards, Etc?
Jaquays: Heh. Actually, I have been doing that for about 10 years. I don't have a lot of time to paint or promote myself anymore, so I haven't done a lot in the way of self-marketing. You can call it laziness or perhaps chalk it up to not needing to sell art to support myself anymore. Either way, I haven't done much with it.
I'm not really interested in selling my originals, but I wouldn't mind having a few less prints stacked in boxes around the house. Interested folks would either need to write me directly about buying prints or visit Fried Ant Anime in Rockwall, Texas to buy the art at retail. I recently put up a few of the prints as prizes in the QuakeCon 2000 Map Object Model contest. Most of the prints feature dragons.I actually do have some art cards out there. They are/were large-format cards featuring paintings done for TSR. The set featured art by all painters on staff at TSR at the time. I can't remember who put them out. I think the company went out of business not too long after that.Het is een leuk interview en ik raad je aan hem even te lezen.