Haha totally awesome!!! My fiancé has a wild beard like this too!!!
Thanks Katie!It must be confusing trying to find his mouth.
Genial Hombre!!!! me has hecho reir mucho!!!el último dibujo me recuerda a un personaje te Robert Crumbbuena semana para ti y tu family!!!!
Jaja...Me gusta el trabajo de Crumb muchissimo! Buen Finde a vosotros!
Haha! Very wild!
I feel the same, Rod ! Actually , my name is John. And I need desperately go to the hairdresser ....Great work! :)
Hey John...I didn't realise I was drawing you John...But now I know your name John!!...Get ya haircut John!!!!!
Still I haven't. Too busy and my hair are getting longer and longer......maybe next weekend?:)
Haha! Hilarious take on the theme. And a feeling I understand all too well - why is my paper still blank! I've been sitting here for half an hour! Of course, unless this fellow has super-grow hair, he's been sitting quite a bit longer. :D
Hey Cheers Cinders!! No his hair is normal rate hair!
Yeah, I've been there, staring forever at a blank sheet of paper. This is funny, Rod, and nice to see you doing a comic strip format. The flies are a nice touch. Looks like two died during this long thought process. If I was good at math I might do a creative time period equals the lifetime of a fly times two equation.
Thanks Ted...I thought I might try my hand at the Comic strip again...It allows me time to start drawing without knowing what to draw...Funnily enough..I wrote the word Wild in the last box and worked from there.As far as the Maths is concerned...I think you are good...you already explained the equation perfectly!
Hahaha 'Errr?' The artist's creative process! I agree with Ted, those flies dying throughout the comic are a hilarious touch.Interesting to read that you started the comic in the last box and worked backwards!
Thanks Koosje...Not exactly...I just wrote the word wild in the last box and then I started from the first one...In fact I was exactly like John for a while....As usual!!
I would like to see the female version of this (though I kind of know how she would look...)
Haha!! now you got me thinking!
Ummm, Errr....I think John is my alter ego.
John is everyone with a blank sheet of paper.
Amazing work!!Lovely Blog!
Thanks Nirzara, its appreciated!
Love your work, I feel like that sometimes for sure!
Thanks Jennifer...we are all like that, I think!
funny, and I also love the fly :-)
Its lucky the scan size was a bit weird and that nobody could read what the 5th panel fly says....I hat flies!
Hi Rod! Nice work. Alternative 9th frame ... and than John (looking like a caveman) invented the wheel...
Thanks Magyrix...haha good alternative...But I fear John would not have the ability to invent the wheel.
Perhaps if he wouldn't grip the pencil so tightly it would stem the flow of hair and he would be able to think more clearly. Just a wild guess....but the strip is really all about the fly anyway.nice double track.
Thanks Richard!! I like you coming here and telling me what you think, because its always different.Good wild guess...I see it as a love story intermingled with tragedy and the inevitability of the passing of time and the shallow depth of being a 'wild' one!
ohhh the guy they dug up in the Alps comes to life....love it!!