karen_el wrote:Doesn't it drive you bats to draw two characters stuck in such a static situation (sitting in a car) so much? Are you forever trying to find new ways to approach this situation or are you happy to basically redraw the same picture over and over with minor variations?
rcmonroe wrote:I'm about halfway through your archive, karen_el. I'm liking Planet Karen a lot. Never heard of it before today.
karen_el wrote:Then you'll see why I asked about the car. I do a lot that involves pictures of me sitting at the computer or the drawing board and there are only so many variations you can do of the same situation, so I was interested in your take.
I'm glad you're liking Planet Karen - now you get to waste as much time on my archives as I have on yours.
rcmonroe wrote:My take is I wish I could push that car across the country myself so that I won't have to draw it anymore, but they seem content to be taking their sweet time. Ah, comic characters—what can you do?
I read through your whole archives, and for some reason I was barely aware of the fact that you place yourself in a similar setting a lot of the time; you're varying your "shots" enough so that it's not really noticeable.
I'm throwing a link up to Planet Karen on my links page. Expect an onslaught of three, maybe four new readers. Hope you can handle that much traffic.
karen_el wrote:If I only lead a more interesting life it would be a much more exciting comic.
At some point when I get my act together enough to organise my links page, I'll put you on it.
I have another question for you. Do you ever get the urge to have a chocolate muffin at 4am? Cos I could kill for one right now.
I mean literally. Put a gun in my hand and tell me I'll get a chocolate muffin if I murder some guy and I'll do it. Of course this offer is only valid for a very limited time.
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