Working on more narrative structure:
Love that black-scratch wandering line, squirming from frame to frame. Need to retain that looseness but keep the story alive. Or, rather, make it track. Not easy.
My good friend and former art studio-mate, Ed Mell, has a son who is a blossoming screenwriter. Here is Carson Mell's latest:
There are some classic road trip scenes in here and nobody can do crazy BSers on a rant better than Carson. Watch for the Rolling Stones rant about half-way in. It's a classic. In fact, the daughter of a famous actress is in this scene and she is wonderful. Hint: her mother is on this 1986 list of my Top Ten Crushes (number 10):
This cartoon is from my 1986 New Times Editorial Cartoons compilation, Even Lower Blows.
I found a couple pristine copies of this book in mint condition recently and if you'd like one I'll give you the details on how to score one on Black Friday, which is fitting, since the humor is, ahem, pretty black.