Wednesday, January 20, 2010
In an effort to "loosen up," generate "content" more regularly, and do the kind of comics that make inferior cartoonists unfathomable sums of money, I have started doing a "diary" comic. All joking aside, I'm only doing these as an exercise. I will not publish them unless some deluded jackass offers me a bucket of cash. I would, however, like some feedback. Do you like this looser style? Do you notice the absence of meticulously measured linear perspective? Are you offended by the way I drew you? You make the call, true believers! Here's the first two. New Trackrabbit pages will be up in a day or two (as if you cared).
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Now that the tumult of the holidays is behind us, and I've concluded my campaign of writing anonymous letters of scathing criticism to various cartoonists in Brooklyn, I can get back to what matters: meticulously executed genre fiction that no one will ever read. I'm half-way done penciling this book, now, so surely I'll have it done before the computer on which I'm typing this is even more laughably obsolete. Cheers!