so, obviously, we didn't get the post up on friday...
below is the post i wrote on thursday but craig didn't bring his laptop and we couldn't figure out how to do it on his iphone. also, we had quite a few beers friday afternoon and even if we coulda, i don't think we coulda...
the show was fun. we are exhausted. we saw a lotta great costumes and we took a lotta pictures. i'll post 'em on wednesday.
here's the post from friday.
well, if i can actually get this posted, we're probably having a great time here in cleveland!
i know we are--we always do...
while looking around the other day for pics to go with my tellos on the iphone blog, i came across this great commission mike did a few years back and thought i'd share it again! a cool--and funny--idea and you can see how very smooth the characters look. i remember mike saying that he had a lot of fun with this and how much it made him miss our gang...!
and while we're talking about digging things up; for some reason i really can't remember right now...oh, no, no, now i do remember, but it's boring and you won't care...i dug out this thing/she-hulk book i wrote many years ago, the long night.
i believe i've written a little something about this project once before here in the blog, but this time i'm mentioning it just 'cause, well, i read it. and i liked it.
see, it's rare for me to go back and actually enjoy my own work. like most artists do, i'll look at it and see the mistakes, the mis-phrasing of something, the lost opportunities in a scene or a bit of dialogue...
but i liked reading this. it was fun and reminded me of the comics i used to love when i was a kid.
sure, i still saw a couple rough patches, places where the story didn't flow as smoothly as the rest, but there was an artist change halfway through the book and their storytelling styles, while very close, weren't exactly the same.
anyway, if you're at you local comic shop or at a nice little convention this weekend, go hunt down a copy.
you might like it too.
have a great weekend!
smell ya later!