It’s shifting. Ed had so much to spare, it never left him completely.
I stared expecting to see at least one “I’m outta here” each day. And I wondered how many came back a few times to say it again until people paid due acknowledgement.
No, we did that years ago. And those aren’t like spikes. His points are bumpy, like curly hair.
It was indeed hand-lettered before. But my printing isn’t as nice as it used to be, and my hands cramp. I thought I’d try setting it in OdaBalloon and see how that works. Pretty sure Kyle used to use a computer font too. Don’t know which one.
Not really. They’ve varied all along, depending on the day. But I haven’t been doing anything deliberately different. The backgrounds may be more refined, as I’ve been adding a lot of them in Photoshop.
Not much has changed. I’ve been using computer lettering the last few weeks, but the characters looks the same.
Something you’re unhappy about in the art?
Doesn’t have to, but Dana can’t do it properly with her hands switched.
What is the starting point for defining Millennials? I assumed it meant people born close to the change of millennium. ‘Nearing forty’ would be late 70s, early 80s. What happened to Generation X and Gen Y, and what were their assumed start and end years?
I’ve heard that kind of thing from my step-kids: "I"m not you." “You can’t understand what it’s like for me.” Although I think it’s more universal than just one generation. Kids don’t know enough about the world to know that they’re not the first to ever think or feel a certain way. Nor is it only kids. Some people spend their whole lives having to learn that- and some may never get it.