This. And Chris wants to work and be published in a business that is driven by hitting your delivery dates, no exceptions, and sometimes those dates are so ridiculously short that you will be up for 30 hours straight trying to hit them. I can only try and imagine him sleeping on the floor at the studio because you simply don't have the time to go home because you're due back on the project in 45 minutes. And actually, if you're looking for something like the chaos of composition of "Guernica" , you possibly could get a Picasso out of him. (Apart from the fact that "Guernica" does have very complex, chaotic composition).What a complete and total mongoloid: “Hey, the artwork you promised me is late and I haven’t even heard from you but if you still give it to me, I’ll pay you extra.”
I know Chris is Chris and anyone who deals with him shouldn’t be expecting Picasso-quality art but these idiots who don’t hold him to his delivery dates are just reinforcing Chris’s belief that he can do what he wants without fear of repercussion.