Marty Abbe-Schneider has been drawing since he could hold a pen. He became serious about art and drawing when his high school Spanish teacher scolded him for caring more about drawing on his Spanish papers than learning Spanish. She was correcto. In a household where humor outweighs humanity, Marty found that drawing cartoons helped pass the time between regular boring human interaction, and continued this through college. He hopes this will establish him as his father’s favorite son, over his non-artistic brothers. Marty is routinely encouraged by his mother that everything will turn out fine.