I think it would be wise for every art student to set up a certain popular artist whom he likes best and adapt his ‘handling’ or style. You don’t have to copy his drawings, but when you are puzzled with any part of your work, see how it has been handled by your favorite and fix it up in a similar manner.
Windsor McKay, quoted by Maurice Sendak in a review of Little Nemo in Slumberland for the New York Times. Reprinted in the Nostalgia Press edition of the 1905-06 strips, published 1976
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