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Aug 09, 2012
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When I was little I would draw and if I didn’t like something I would crumple it up and throw it away. My father said to me, “Now, if you just slide your drawing into the garbage can without crumpling it up, you could fit more drawings in the garbage bin.” Not knowing that he was going through it later and pulling out the ones he liked. After he passed away, I found a folder labeled “Peter” and I found my old drawings.
Peter Chan, in the latest Double Fine documentary (backers only)

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