Autodidact Renaissance Man
He started out drawing pictures, wanting to become R. Crumb or da Vinci.
Painting, which followed, mostly ended up in many splotchy canvases sitting next to the trash bags on the curb. No Picasso, no Vermeer.
He then picked up the ukulele and aspired to being Arthur Godfrey or Tiny Tim; luckily no recordings exist.
His self-taught approach to architecture, which was the next discipline he pursued without the necessary discipline, was limited to making things in…