To any cartoonists out there, never draw a person from that angle, especially not yourself, that is my advice.
hm, i think you handled the angle brilliantly. it’s like being there (no creeper-vibe here). did you use e.g. photography for proper proportionality or did you just wing it? pure skill?
(side note: i noticed that the image is slightly larger in google reader. hadn’t noticed anything like this before. is there some sort of cropping in effect on this page? or maybe google reader zooms a bit, although i don’t see any quality loss…)
I used a camera, mirror, and a lot of banging my head against a wall.
fascinating process. such artistry!
This made me cringe and laugh at the same time… not sure that has ever happened before!
The idea of drawing myself from that angle has officially destroyed all of my self esteem. For serious you did a good job though.
I mean on the angle thing, not the walking around with needles in you, that’s probably not a good idea.
After both decisions I was asking myself, “Why? WHY?”
I ask myself that a lot.
On your next visit the chair will have straps XD
Of course there’s a pressure point for common sense, dear! It’s right on the bladder. All you have to do is push down REAL hard on it!
I was once hanging out with a friend while she attended an acupuncture conference for doctors. She made me try doing some on her because she was feeling tense after. It was one of the most stressful experiences of my life and I never want to jab anyone with tiny needles ever ever again. Yech!
I love your art style, in all your strips, really, but especially this one.
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