Looks great. I like the climbing up Cork panel. The gag is great. And the Hamster's observational humour is fun.I'm glad to see CORK back.Christina Applegate as CORK.
What Ellis said! A suggestion ...You may totally disagree with me, Scotty -- you always end up doing whatever you want, anyway -- but if it were my strip, the one thing I'd change is: in the last panel, have Cork looking back toward Poops (to meet his gaze). It would be a very minor change if you move just her eyeballs.
The big deal to CORK is your writing ability. These are good gags. A good writer is going to one day be able to afford to pay an artist to draw his dumb ideas.
I want to try drawing my version of Cork. Let's see if I can follow through. Maybe it will be Scott's first "fan art".
Heh! Poor Sam, he tries so hard. And by chicks he means those little peeps, right?I like Tom's idea. Every one should do some Cork "fan art". Maybe you can use it as extra material in your next book.
Thanks everyone! Fan art would be cool. Except Ranjo's. More than likely I'd just pee on it.Beata, I'm going to choose to disagree with you on your comment. I like the fact that she's still in the same position because it lends to the joke that she has noticed virtually nothing of Sam's soothing magic fingers, plus she's still in her own world worried about the tragedy of having the 'no money' problem that has befallen her. That's why I like her basically vacant look throughout. If I were to have her look back at him at all it would amplify the fact that she CAN become distracted by a simple thing like Sam's comment and take away the impact of suddenly being ruined financially. We may be, and are, finding too much meaning in a relatively simple throw-away moment such as this, but this is the kind of stuff I labor over when I try to create storytelling on Cork or any other project for that matter. It's ridiculous.
And this attention to detail is why you are doomed. You'll always have to do both, art and writing
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