There’s a clause that all panicking must be accompanied by Kermit arms, but that dialogue was too clunky.
Sometimes I look at Hell, Inc. strips that I drew a long time ago (this one was probably drawn about three months ago) and am pleased with myself that the page layouts are much more ambitious than most strip-style comics. Doing more than just three to four same-sized panels every strip is something that I really enjoy the challenge of, and strips like this one are fun to see after I’ve forgotten what they look like. This one in particular uses some solid formal techniques to lead the eye. Sorry, I just read Scott McCloud’s graphic novel The Sculptor and now all I’m thinking about are the formal structures of comic storytelling.
Sylvia Douglas is the Employee of the Week, and has a new company, Dougie Creative. It’s the online hub for her various creative projects, most of which are film-related, lately. She wrote and directed an excellent short film called The Brink which you should check out, because it’s excellent. She became Employee of the Week by supporting Hell, Inc. on Patreon, and you can do it, too! For as little as $1 per month you can help keep the lights on at the office, and also in my home.
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