<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Tim Broderick:
<B>So how does it end? Or have you worked that out yet?</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>No, surprisingly I haven't figured out a good ending for it. I sort of set it aside as the dream it was and didn't return to it. That's VERY unusual for me, actually. I probably had the subconscious urge to <i>not</i> get too involved with it, since I'm still struggling with getting through the first draft of my novel, and still working on my own comic strip, and just don't have room for more side projects just now. But I <i>will</i> file it away for future reference. There really was no resolution to the dream, but it was one of the most intensely visual dreams I've ever had -- colors that would make an excellent movie, and special effects that frightened the bejesus outta me. (I didn't mention that whatever it was that rendered us temporarily invisible -- that weird side trip -- also gave us massive hallucinations; however, we were able to recognize and acknowledge their unreality, so we just <i>dealt</i> with it.) My hallucinations were very graphically mummified, gray, rotting body parts -- mostly hands (which I'm sure came from Odd Jobs as well), but some faceless skulls and so forth -- rising up from the ground and flying towards me. All of them missed by inches. Again, it was pretty irrelevant to the story, since if I ever wrote it I'm sure I would leave out the invisibility, but it was so visually complete that I woke up feeling like I'd been to the movies.<P>--Strange/Dave<P>------------------
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