14th, 2004 - tuesday
Amy go! My friend Amy Kim Ganter
has been working on a long-running webcomic/graphic novel called
Reman Mythology, and her work is getting better and better
every time she posts. Check out this
gone nocturnal cranking through pages of Daisy again. I pretty
much locked the Gamecube out of sight so I can finish the book.
Costa Rican coffee is waiting to be brewed, since the cup of Peet's
has gone cold and sour. A mess of CDs are scattered around my
discman. I would be half as productive without music. I know it.
It helps get me lost in the work. I'm burning through Staedtler
lumograph pencils, pretty much one to a page, and I do a lot of
it now with a mechanical pencil to save time, not having to sharpen
it. I'm getting about one page of pencils done every hour, and
I take a break. (I'm on one now). I really wish I didn't have
to resort to working at such a rushed pace, but this is what always
happens right? Procrastination always gets the best of me. Let's
see if I pull through with this one. The deadline is impossibly
tight, so I have a feeling I'm going to witness quite a few sunrises
again, these next few weeks...
the meantime, remember that Daisy Kutter Chapter Two comes
out tomorrow, on Wednesday! Be sure to pick up a copy, or two!