Thank goodness I have some good reference material for drawing trees. And I don't mean horticultural manuals, either, since I spent an entire day trying to draw that damn tree in a realistic style... what a crazy thing to do! No, I mean Dr Seuss books.
If you're wondering, Rabot's head flew off because he got too close to the fire and his head-joint heated up very quickly.
Today I picked up the latest (6th) volume of the Fantagraphics "Krazy Kat" reprints. It begins the colour run. After much contemplation, I agree with their choice to use the more subdued colours of the New York Journal (as opposed to th'brighter Chicago American ones which are a little garish now that I can compare). Oh, a glorious thing. It is bound to have great effect on me... I WISH.
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[[Rabot stands in front of a bonfire, waving a sheaf of papers precariously.]] Rabot: BZZT! I'M A MALFUNCTIONING PRIMA DONNA! CAPITAL!! <<TOSS!!>> Rabot: HAW HAW Dr Quickly: My files! What nerve! Rabot: Ouch! [[Rabot's head flies off.]] <<POP!>> Dr Quickly: HA! [[Dr Quickly catches Rabot's head in a bucket of water.]] <<SPLASH!>> [[Rabid sits on top of a beautiful tree that grows out of the bucket, and through Rabot's old and decrepit head. Rabot's lifeless body sits beside the bucket, harmlessly.]] Rabid: Much later... TREEBOT!
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