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Wed, Oct. 6th, 2010, 03:00 am
Zinc Comics Weekly #76

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Thu, Oct. 7th, 2010 08:19 pm (UTC)
losttoy

oh ... look. Comic!

Nice way to break up your establishing shot to show time passage and nice juxtaposition of the title and art. Okay, where's the next page?

Thu, Oct. 7th, 2010 09:22 pm (UTC)
zinccomics

I am about to attempt to learn to use Manga Studio and my new Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet and I also have plans to continue my work on "The Midnight Agents" and "Jonin" comics as well. So, I'm afraid that the reading of "The Arid Zone" will require the patience of a saint. I will only be posting what amounts to a mere 1/2 of page of comics per week until next August and I'll be the first to admit that no one can actually be expected to follow the story's narrative at that rate. However, I hope that a few people may find time to read it once it is finally archived.

In the meantime I'm asking my "Weekly" readers to just think of these quick sketch comics I post each Wednesday as strange Lichtenstein like illustrations that are part of a bigger experiment that I am conducting. I apologize in advance if it makes any of you feel like lab rats or guinea pigs. But rest assured that is not my intention. I certainly hope that one day you all will all see the method in my madness and if not that you will at least bring me crayons when you visit me at the asylum.

Fri, Oct. 8th, 2010 03:24 pm (UTC)
losttoy

I think you may be over analyzing this a bit. I don't think you need to worry about it too much. I like what I see and am excited to read more (no matter the rate of posting). Just showing my excitement. Those are some really good three panels you have up there.

Fri, Oct. 8th, 2010 09:28 pm (UTC)
zinccomics

I am fully aware that I was "over analyzing this." Unfortunately, I always do. It's just one of my many personal "quirks." However, in my response to your original comment I chose not only to speak to you but to also try to explain exactly what I'm doing to my other readers in nauseating detail as well. Yet, as the kids say "it's all good!" I certainly appreciate your kind words about the new artwork I posted. Especially, since I'm not as sure of this project as I usually am. After all, it's just an "experiment."

D'oh! I over analyzed it again didn't I?