Friday, March 13, 2009

Exploratorium

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

so good! i love it.

Jessika said...

All your comics are great, but this one is definitely one of the best.

firebus said...

mmmmmm, deeeeeeeep.

my friend timmy was really afraid of skeletons when he was a kid. and then he discovered (from the oingo boingo song) the he had a skeleton inside of him. and he was really, really, terrified...

luc8 said...

wow tessa - you're so amazing. this is beautiful. I love this one and the one where you bike off into the night - they're more like stories. you tell a good story. I like the interweaving of voices, the way things rise to the surface.

dylan sparkplug said...

Yay! I love the drawing in this story. Great.

Jess W said...

Yikes I'm honored to be in this masterwork Tessa. Definitely your best yet! My landscape inside is brimming with love and admiration. Oh and the Buddha says hey.

Greg F. said...

Very nice, and thoughtful. Your thinky stuff is always a great read. Looking forward to picking up your next print issue with some of this recent stuff!

Tessa said...

Hot damn! I feel like a million bucks thanks to you guys! Woot!
It's like I just got a bunch of gold stars or won the summer read-a-thon at the library (do you ever really "win" those? Isn't your reward supposed to be the joy of reading? Whatevs).
I had a LOT of fun drawing the skeletons in this comic. You never know, in the future I may ONLY draw skeletons. Anyways, I'm trying to focus on drawing longer comics, so hopefully there will be more to come - although this also means that I see more frantic drawing at 3 in the afternoon in my pajamaroos in front of my space heater while watching "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" for the ninth time in my future. It's all apart of the glorious creative process, I believe....

Sean Wraight said...

This is epic and wonderful Tessa. I agree with the others too, it ranks up there with your best work. The simple fact that you can so easily convey what you do within the panes of your work is inspiring. You brighten our lives with your work Tessa; right when we need it most.

No pane, no gain? ;)

Thank you!
Sean

Anonymous said...

the exploratoreum is really awesome.

you should write a comic with beka in it.

from, anonymous.

ash said...

whoowhee that's a long one. me and my cousin just bonded over your comics.

MariNaomi said...

This is fantastic, Tessa. I love the direction you're going. Great work!

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