Another day, another comic, another piece to the puzzle.
This one’s Buttersafe.
Personally, I’ve always found grades to be as meaningful as a cast of the die.
A stop animation film I made for my stop-animation class. Many thanks to actors both potential (there were many) and actual (huzzah). Also thanks to nature for being quite considerate and blessing us with a wonderful day for shooting on our only possible shooting day.
As is probably evident, I’m a sucker for noir films, and so i did my damnedest to contribute to this awesome genre. It’s purposefully vague and ambiguous, but almost everything included is important, read into everything, chances are there is something there. I’ll stop tooting my own horn, just don’t blink.
Here’s a screenprint I made. I used the CMYK process, which layers Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, then Black in a dot pattern similar to old comic books. I printed my image on a transparency then used used photo emulsion to transfer the image onto the screen.
My art for change poster, revamped. The original wasn’t particularly good or bad, but it left a lot to be desired, so here’s the second attempt. It’s inspired in part by the Jefferson Airplane song, “White Rabbit”, hence the caption, “Feed Your Head”; the intent is to encourage people to read and enlighten themselves, because there’s a lot of information and knowledge to be had, but often it’s hard to come by considering limitations of the state and self. Feed your head, friends, read a book.