Here's which artists chose each of the last 10 subjects:
For this edition's feature we have an interview with comic book illustrator extraordinare Andy MacDonald! With an exciting visual style that combines inky grit and cartoony aplomb, Andy's lent his considerable talent to every major company in the business. He has also been one of the more anticipated artists who have contributed to Sketch Lottery. So let's get to it...
A comic artist for Zoo, NYC Mech, Terminator and Superman comics, injured in the line of duty. Now a police troubleshooter, he's been recruited for a top-secret government mission to ride Streethawk: An all-terrain attack motorcycle designed to fight urban crime. Capable of incredible speeds up to 300 miles an hour, and immense firepower. Only one man, Federal Agent Norman Tuttle, knows Andy's true identity.
2. What made you decide you wanted to be an artist?
3. Who are some of your favorite artists?
4. What're you drawing today?
Here's the studio. I'm at the far end with comics powerhouses Jared K. Fletcher and Cliff Chiang to my right.
Rob G's Nexus, Michael Tyler's Tyrone Biggums, Jerry Ma's Cyborg, Mister Hope's Krang, and a bunch of others I'm forgetting at the moment.
There's tons of artists that would be great to see contribute. Giannis Milonogiannis has done some great sketch redesigns of characters that would be fun to see here.
10. Which character are you desperate to see come up in the Lottery?