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So this is “the Blocky Thing”.
That’s how Jon described it to me, a great blocky thing. Here’s his own words. One of the hidden arts in comics is panel/scene description. I always enjoyed reading Jon’s.
“The rouge portion of the cliff seems to slow it’s fall, reversing itself before a nasty crash and stands up. A huge blocky black form, sifting rocks and oil. Glints of rocks and minerals, it stands for a moment…”
For the longest time i was stuck on how to draw this character. Then i read about Picasso’s fascination with the Minotaur, and what it stood for him.
Next page is posted 2010/03/20, find out what he has to say….
PS: been catching up on web comics, man there’s a lot of stuff out there. <<look over on the left there; I bookmarked a list of sites moved the links to this page now, I want to spend time on later, see what’s up and catch up.
Think so far Hark a Vagrant! has been getting most of my attention lately, and i’ve been following Sin Titulo since it’s start. Cameron just restarted it after his stint on Batman. But there’s so much stuff to read now. amazing.
Learning more about Word press for the big over haul, and learning i need more Data base options on the next host i go with! Looking like it’ll be godaddy. A few months before i have to make the call. Submissions for Sequential Pulp are coming in fast and hard, and making it hard to focus on the illustration work i have to get done this week. ~:/
Rather than any shortage i may have feared, it looks like if anything I’ll have to expand by a few pages!
Also need to think abut making more money for the trip to TCAF and things, think it’s high time I got to putting up art for sale – some originals, but also think i need to put up some merch, what’s the best site for that now, anyone reading have a suggestion? A POD site that makes good shirts and posters?
The counter tells me there’s been 741 unique visitors to the site since i started two weeks ago, that seems pretty good! no? It’s interesting what you glean from site trackers. Analytics says the people who stay and look at the most pages – read the whole story, and more – are in Spain and the Netherlands, followed by New Zealand, Brazil and Turkey! Crazy, If i ever manage a tour it’s going to be insane if that’s my base! Ha! Always wanted to travel. – Say hello and let me know it’s not all ghosts! And tell you’re friends about Dream life, i can will haz cheese burgers!