Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Something, free of time #2.

I... actually like this?


I don't know who she is. Some sort of new wave heroine? Someone running on an obstacle course?

"Something" started as a way of keeping track of daily drawing, I don't really need to track that separately any more, so I'll switch to ordinary numbering from now on, probably.

I went over early NETTG line strips. They're quite good, really. A lot of it is badly drawn by today's standards, and quite a bit is blurry and dark - the scanner and monitor I had back then are to blame for that. Composition and pacing are really pleasant, I actually enjoy reading it. Too bad there's so little of it.

The pacing early on is quite nice, but it gets a tad compressed in chapter one, due to the glacial progress.

I need to draw more comics.

*edit* Of course, now I'm starting to spot errors. It's all edumacational or some such.


myRay ::: Dr Michael Benjamin Mb.Ch.B. BSc. said...

Depression is all about us. So is our art.
By the way I like your picture.
Our innate coping style dictates how well we cope.
Generally, if not always a depressed person has a marked tendency to be depressed. He or she has definitive coping style that will inevitably lead to an eventual depression. Depressed people may not always be depressed. They will certainly invariably enjoy poor quality of life. This is due to their innate and specific coping style.
I believe that this will express itself in their art.
These people ‘are good for others and terrible for themselves’.
We can improve poor quality of life and prevent the impending depressions. We can easily change the coping style. Cognitive Behaioural Therapy [CBT] is the way to change coping styles.
I wonder if it would change the way that you paint or draw?
If a patient is suffering but functioning fully should be offered CBT.
Online Self- Help is a very easy, effective and efficient way of receiving CBT.
You can receive free Online Self-Help CBT at http://www.myRay.com You can receive a fuller explanation of my treatment philosophy at http://www.MyDoctorExplains.com
With kindest regards
Dr. Michael Benjamin

Anonymous said...

One line of praise and a full post of spam! ^_^

He could have at least described the picture. Bet he didn't even see. Maybe it's a robot. {O_O}

Anyway, a nifty lithe kind of gal. Definitely a runner. Could be an operative of a secret organization in the future, some kind of Matrix personality, or just someone who likes to jog in full-body vinyl/leather.

Esa Karjalainen said...

Who knows. Maybe I should turn on moderation once again...

Benjamin A. said...

Only if it becomes a problem, I imagine. And if it's problematic, can just delete the post.

Benjamin A. said...

Nevermind the errors; keep on postin'! ;)