It's not a product--it's a process!
Love it.I pulled out all my Beanworlds last night and started to reread. There's so much I've forgotten! But it all still holds up very well.I always had in my mind's eye, a quirky animated version of Beanworld, on MTV or something, back when they did innovative stuff like that. But I'll settle for this!
Well, this is just beautiful.
Boom'n (music) plays a very big part in the story I'm working on. This has been hinted at in the various shards of the tale that I've published in ashcans and the like.
Your blog makes it pretty obvious that music also plays a very big part in your life. Thanks for letting us all have a peek into the process. This is great.
You're welcome. Music DOES play a big part in my life--particularly the creative process. I've always listened to music as I wrote stories and penciled them. But for some reason, I always seemed to do better listening to TV (not watching--listening) as I inked. As I've been struggling with the learning curve of Photoshop (so I digitally ink) I find that I need total silence to concentrate on the key commands and menus and the like. I have very eclectic (and in the greater scheme of things) rather limited tastes. I like old rock and roll, old jazz, old reggae, old rhythm and blues, old blues, old country swing, old vocal music, and old folk music. I don't quite know why but I don't find myself attracted to much new music. I'm not an old curmudgeon like Crumb--I just don't like to listen to it much.To each his or her own, I say!
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