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Saturday, October 15, 2005


Tatsuya Ishida rocks.

You know how when rock stars play the guitar they make all sorts of funny faces cuz they're really into it? Well, when I draw I do the same thing. When I sketch I got that easy breezy too cool for school look. When I do inks I whip out my focus face, all intense and burning with concentration.
When I mess up I get the angry Sh*t-I-F**ked-Up-Now-I-Gotta-Use-White-Out Scowl. Very sexy. Sometimes I get that pained expression when I'm doing ultra fine detail work. As I gear up for the big finish my strokes get quicker and quicker, my eyes bug out, my hair explodes like Yahoo Serious, I'm totally insane. Energies reach their breaking point. I can taste the final crescendo as it all comes together, all my skill and talent, my genius, my love, my truth, laid out there on what was once a clean white sheet of paper. Spent, I sit back, light a cigarette, wipe away the last remaining bits of eraser dust and purr, "Was it good for you too?"



Anonymous florecita said...

I've been reading Sinfest for years. I love the way it portrays God and our human nature... I love the cat and the dog. Sinfest reminds me of the whimsical, hilarious, and yet thought-provoking Calvin and Hobbes. I love comics.

10/18/2005 6:25 AM  
Blogger Florence said...

YES! Finally someone who commented more than a "What's this all about?" or "What'd you post that for?"
There are plenty of others that are ten times funnier, but the only innocent ones (worthy of my innocent blog) were the cat-dog ones.

10/18/2005 3:08 PM  
Blogger Hobbyns said...

Heh! Sinfest is the bomb. Who's ready for some Slick love?

10/20/2005 4:43 PM  
Anonymous Raven said...

heheh the cherubs teasing the devil was innocent...I havent laughed so hard in eoms

10/24/2005 12:25 PM  

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