Yeah, it took two weeks to make that. They look like people in costumes but the how-to articles I found didn’t match my set-up style and it turned out harder than I thought. Daffy in panel 1 was a mess because of how the instructor showed how to draw his body versus what I was positioning on the virtual page. One does have to wonder why Bugs is so scared to be shot when you realize that when Daffy or Elmer (plus other foils) get blasted they shake it, sometimes in the same scene. It’s like the Looney Tunes’ world doesn’t make sense or something.
So, what’s happening this week. Your guess is as good as mine. We have a tropical storm (downgraded from a hurricane last I checked) coming to the state and if that doesn’t knock out power I still have a test and a doctor’s appointment related to the kidney stone. I can only promise the next Chapter By Chapter installment of Star Trek: Prime Directive and that our discussion topics won’t be as heavy as last week. At least I’m going to try not to be. Sometimes you have to talk about that stuff when examining the art of storytelling, and frankly there’s one more I’m debating even doing because I’m not sure if it’s in good taste or not and yet is a fascinating topic when it comes storytelling and current events. So whenever I end up with power (for all I know when this goes live I’ll be unable to see it…thank WordPress.com for scheduled posting) I’ll try to lighten the mood…hopefully without a kidney stone to worry about.
Have a good week everyone!