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Haven’t seen much of me lately? That’s because I am working on a special Inktober project– this year it’s Mr. Rocktober, with a new Mr. Rock cartoon every day, based on the prompts from the official prompt list Some of them … Continue reading
No one was more surprised than I was to discover that Mr. Rock was my first character who pretty much demands to appear in color. The others don’t mind it, but Mr. Rock doesn’t feel like himself without his turquoise … Continue reading
Minicomics Live continues. This is the page with the giant space worm on it. I really, really like the giant space worm. Also, we need a page number and an engine nacelle on the falling Shoebox Spacecraft. Also, also, so … Continue reading
If any minicomics script is ever finished. This is as finished as it is probably going to get before it makes contact with the page. There is definitely one place I will have to make a major decision on the … Continue reading
The first draft, such as it is, of the script. I used 8 of the 10 random words in the seed, or 8 of 12 if you count all the possiblities. Either way, that’s pretty good. I think I am … Continue reading
As mentioned before, I am going to base my script for this minicomic on a list of words chosen at random from an actual paper dictionary in book form. (I thought I was going to use my own late 70’s … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since the last Minicomics Live, but I’ve been inspired to try it again as part of SPACE On-Line this weekend. Yes, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, one of our very favorite cons, has … Continue reading
Not everybody knew at the beginning that Mr. Rock really is a plastic action figure, about a foot tall, the size of a Barbie doll or an original GI Joe. It was part of his original concept in my head, … Continue reading