Thursday, July 13, 2006

No Ducks In Mexico

Wow, another seqeuntial work from me! This makes two Heydaze comics in under a month! Am I feeling okay?

Anyway, this comic was inspired by an actual encounter I had with a strange fellow when walking at an area park last summer. I wrote a rough "script" right after the experience, intending to dramatize it in the form of a comic then, but I never got around to it (imagine that). So now, a year later, I finally dug the ideas back out and went to work.

I have taken almost NO liberties with the dialogue, though the character playing my role is reacting a tad more openly sarcastically than I was.

Finally, this comic is the first one I've tried leaving in sketched pencil form...we'll see how it works.

And now, enjoy the following five pages of pointlessness!
--Andrew






7 comments:

Goobeetsablog said...

THAT IS TERRIFIC!

so incredibly strange- that it has to be true. The story has a great pace.

You have a real talent
for sequential art/storytelling.

-brian

Jessica said...

Love it! Pure Alabama crazies!!
Glad you made it into a comic, cause it is really funny. Hope to see some more!

belinha said...

Hello!Nice Jack Sparrow's drawings!I want to see that movie!He's such a character!:-)And great comics!You have a lot of patience!

Andrew said...

Thanks to all of you! With encouragement like this, I just might find myself inspired to actually get off my lazy bum and draw some MORE stuff in the comic format...

And belinha, thanks also for the comments on the Jack Sparrow drawings. Yes, you definitely need to see the movie!

--Andrew

Goobeetsablog said...

"look at me...look in my eyes"
"I will bring them Pop-Tarts."

Andrew said...

You know, somewhere, way in the back of my mind, I've always wondered if those ducklings ever got any Pop-Tarts or not.

DW said...

I can barely express how much I love this. Amazing.