Comic 44 - TIM 035

4th Feb 2011, 4:14 AM in experiMental Record One
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Average Rating: 5 (3 votes)

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-3- 4th Feb 2011, 4:14 AM edit delete
There are times i really regret the decision to go with black & white line art instead of vivid colour.


MadTarnsman 4th Feb 2011, 4:20 AM edit delete
Sometimes, I think color's highly overrated, my friend. If I didn't have vats of blood and guts to draw, I may have gone b/w!
Unka John 4th Feb 2011, 4:30 AM edit delete
Unka John
You'd be tempted to pull out all the stops coloring this sequence which would really press you on your update schedule. I still waffle back and forth on switching to b&w.
-3- 4th Feb 2011, 4:53 AM edit delete
By and large, i'm fine with the black & white. But there are times like today & wednesday's strips when it screams to get colorful. Doing these is what led to that psychedelic surrealist landscape self-portrait i posted recently. That urge to color just wants to explode sometimes.
As it stands, i'm likely to go back and do a full color rework of TIM034 to use as a mini-poster for the vote incentive. 4th Feb 2011, 5:18 AM edit delete
I like that you're challenging yourself to convey colorful surrealism with B&W. I'd like to see MC Escher guest star sometime.
moizmad 4th Feb 2011, 12:01 PM edit delete
Whenever I forget my name, I just go down to
the post-office, they always have tons of pictures of me hanging in there with my name
plastered all over them!
moizmad 4th Feb 2011, 12:04 PM edit delete
Forgot, today's secret woid is "Lostman"?
-3- 4th Feb 2011, 12:40 PM edit delete
RT - You reanimate him, and i'll let him do a strip. No problem.

MO - There haven't been any mirrors around. What makes you think he'd recognize himself?
(And i think you're seriously lost, man)
moizmad 6th Feb 2011, 7:51 AM edit delete
OK, got yesterdays word wrong again so my
crystal ball says todays word is.....
Rufus T. Firefly?
-3- 6th Feb 2011, 11:42 AM edit delete
While still politely incorrect, at least the quality of your guess has improved by orders of magnitude.