if only we could record our dreams. i bet some of them would be scary as heck, some would be very pleasurable, but they would all be interesting to us. now, do you think our dreams actually mean anything? i guess there’s all kinds of explanations of why we dream what we do, and lots more as to what the people and settings and objects in the dream mean. but do you take any stock in them? me, not so much. i think it’s entertaining the crazy stuff my imagination comes up with.
for this strip, i’ve had this idea for a long, long time and it was just fun to draw. the hard part was narrowing down which famous comic book characters to focus on!
here we have it, the last and very important step to any date – the closing. not sure many people take advantage of this moment, but it could pay back huge dividends if done right. and it’s a probably very nervous time, but you just gotta step up and do something amzing, that way they’ll have something to remember you by – a lasting impression. the only thing you gotta we careful about is not to be, well, weird. keep it simple, like a nice present or a nice compliment. i’d avoid references to battlestar galatica.
artwork, it’s such a huge help to have life models to go from, from body movements to background at, like the jeep in this week’s strip. i was reading about Marvel’s foray into the motion comic scene (not exactly animated) with thier first comic, spider woman, with art by Alex Maleev. he actually has a huge library of pictures of building and backgrounds that he draws and photshops from. and then he actually hires a model so he can draw poses from her. awesome.