|On the creative process
||[May. 22nd, 2009|10:54 am]
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aw, that's metaphortastic!
I don't keep a rolling pin in with my art supplies, but I do have a spatula. And a pirate sword. And lots of dinosaur toys. Those are important.
Have you been wearing the same shirt for 4 months, or have you changed it inbetween panels?
All my shirts are an identical shade of orange.
I'm glad you have realized that fame can only come through the agony of children. Look at DaVinci. School children are still suffering through his art while he rolls around in his money filled coffin.
Wow, that comic has everything a comic ever needs - needless violence and children vomiting...... Oh and love the colour too!
I am so glad you killed that little bastard.
ROFL. That's what the kids say, right? ROFL?
I cried and vomited so much I passed out... which is it took me so long to comment.
2009-05-24 09:20 pm (UTC)
I loooooooove the punchline!
LOL! fantastic! haha surely nowadys if you manage to make kids cry, then it must be a profound peice of art? :P hmm...a rolling pin aint a bad idea, maybe I should try that too...
Yeah... That's exactly it. That's how comics are made. I never though I'd live to see the day when someone would make such an accurate analogy T_T
haha amazing!! i found you via scott mcclouds site and you are WICKED
That is some good sh*t right there.
I have that dream every morning just before I get up!