As you may know, I am currently working on a monster of a comic book opus. I've been wanting to dive deep into my childhood and put into story how I became an artist, and the sacrifices it took to commit to the decision.
There is a reason why I am posting this on April Fool's Day. "Coming Soon."
To be 100% honest, I'm not sure what "Soon" means anymore.
I had originally hoped to have the first part of this book printed this year. However, I decided to pull the brakes and go deeper into planning it out. There's a lot of detail that I reaaaallly want to include, and I think it's better to take the time to get the results I want.
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In my upcoming comic book, Practically an Idiot: Vol 2, I absolutely need model sheets to follow. The age range in this book is covering almost twenty years of time, so I had to establish consistency with the character [myself] growing up.
I really wish I had enough time to make a daily comic about the mundane adventures that my husband and I have. You know you have a good thing going when every day can seriously have a comic inspired by an event from it.
I hate advertising. There is this famous clip by Bill Hicks where he suggests anyone who works in advertising or marketing to kill themselves, because they're Satan's little helpers. It may sound dramatic, but I love watching Bill Hicks rant about it.
If you live in a city, you are assaulted every single day by huge billboards and advertising campaigns. If you turn on the radio, they're blaring ads in your ears. If you click on an Amber Alert, you get bombarded by pop-up ads.
No seriously, that actually happened to me. It was disgusting.
The worst part about advertising is how it is down to such a science, most of us don't even realize we're not making our own decisions about goods and services.
So street art is illegal, but huge billboards containing never-ending s...