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Wednesday, March 3, 2021


Welcome to March CRAZIES!!!  It's a new month and a new outlook!  I guess it'd be best to start with the obvious elephant in the room... Darn it Wilbur!  Get out of here!  You're not the elephant in question!  Goofy pachyderm!  Where was I again?  Oh yeah, the bad news: No CRAZY WonderCon Countdown this year.  The show's been cancelled again and it's not looking like it's gonna be rescheduled either.  That can and hopefully will change for later in the year, but for now it's not looking good.  On the plus side, things are starting to look better as far as future outlook is concerned.  Obviously, "Cautious Optimism" are the keywords here, but some good news is always better than no good news.  What does this mean for future gatherings?  Hard to say.  But if numbers continue to improve at the rate that they have, maybe we can have a semblance of normalcy this summer.  It's 50/50 right now as I type.  Only time will tell and hopefully things will continue to improve.

Guess you can say things haven't quite worked out as I'd hoped.  So, since there ain't gonna be no past WonderCon pics, and we're all here anyway, I say we check out some hellacious art!  Enjoy...

Well, that's one way to get up that beanstalk!  Jack would've likely needed some air anyway by the midway point!  We return to the world of Animal Alphabets this month and their fairytale creatures theme, even though Jack of Jack and the Beanstalk fame is actually a human.  To the animals, I'm sure WE are the creatures.  And yes science nerds, I'm aware that regular air would NOT be enough to make Jack float up.  It's a fairytale!  ALL gas rises in that world!  This was a fun one to work on as it involves a kid and a cartoon gag, two of my favorite things to draw!  Fairytales offer so many opportunities as far as parody is concerned.  And they're all in the public domain too, so... Fair game!  Ever since this theme I've toyed with the idea doing a graphic novel of twisted fairytales.  It's not an original idea by any means as many artists have done them, but it just seems like a fun project to try.  

And that's all for this first week of March.  We'll be slithering back next week with eye-catching art that's really great!  You just gotta trust me on this!  Until then, stay safe take care and I'll catch y'all later!

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