The Story of Michael
Michael C Hsiung is characterized by: large mustache (one of the few remaining facially hairy Asians surviving today) with all of the species capable of reaching one ton or more in weight; herbivorous diet; and a thin yellow protective skin, 1.5-5 cm thick, formed from layers of collagen positioned in a lattice structure; and a relatively small brain for a mammal of his size (400-600g). . Michael is prized for its mustache, sometimes his art. Not a true mustache, it is made of thickly matted hair that grows from the skull without skeletal support. Michael has acute hearing and sense of smell, but poor eyesight over any distance. Michael C. Hsiung will probably live to be about 50 years old or more.
This interview was conducted by my own brain to myself without any talking.
Q: Why does your art look like a child did them?
A: In fact, you're correct. I have a younger brother who I raised like a son to draw whatever my mind desires. His name isn't Leo.
Q: What do mermen smoke?
A: Seaweed, dude.
Q: What if I like your drawings?
-You might be related to me
-Suffering from severe head trauma.
Q: Why do you only draw mer-men, and no mermaids?
A: You never hear about the mermen or how the mermaids abandoned them for buff handsome sailors.
Q: Why do you like to draw rotund hairy men?
A: Because they are far more interesting than drawing skinny hairless men.
Q: How did you grow your mustache?
Q: Did you go to art school?
A: I didn't. I actually went to college for English Literature. I even met Bill Shakespeare once in Ireland. I guess he sort of taught me how to draw.
Q: Why do you only draw in black and white? Sometimes red?
A: Red? I didn't realize I was using color as I'm color blind.
Q: How come you look so evil, but your drawings are so cute?
A: Why thank you.
Q: Can I buy your drawings?
A: I've set up an available drawings page!
Q: What pens do you use?
A: Microns, Higgins black ink, and a magical unicorn horn dipped in centaur feces.