Everybody dies, but can one death be called more tragic than another, or are all deaths, and all lives, really equal?
I realize it’s been over a month since the last Psycho Games chapter. In fact, it’s been 40 days and 40 nights, roughly. I promise I’ve been working on it! I only have one more page to go! Please believe me.
I started a full-time job, and, on most days, I don’t have enough time to draw for long, which is why stuff is so slow. I’m telling the truth! I really am!
So, I thought, since I’ve practically abandoned this poor blog, I should post something, just to prove that I’m still alive. So, here are a bunch of characters I drew, with biographies. I thought it would be good practice for art and writing, and character design, especially since I’ve been drawing the exact same characters for so long.
There are even more, and I might post them soon. Hopefully, you’ll see the new Psycho Games chapter soon, too.
Anyhow, please tell me who your favorite character is.
If a blind man makes a painting, then immediately hides it in a safe, and nobody sees it, is it Art?
Just what it says on the tin. If you wanna read them offline, or on an e-reader or something, go to the google drive folder below, and download whichever ones you want.
For Psycho Games, which is unfinished, the pdf contains all the chapters so far, which means, up to 20, so we got a nice round number.
For those of you who have read Pumpkin Man, I challenge you to also find the seven enemies of man hidden in the greenhouse.
Among the artists I respect, Martin Handford is certainly not the least. If you’ve never had the experience of reading a Where’s Waldo (or Where’s Wally, to most people), I’d encourage
you to pick one up.
I wanted to try something different and new with this chapter. It’s easy to follow the status quo, and only write predictable events, that are in line with the general plan for the story. For once, I didn’t want to do that. Writing Psycho Games has been a learning experience. Right now, I’m not sure if this was a great idea, or a bad one, but I’m happy I tried it, because later, I’ll be able to look back at this chapter, where I tried something new, and I can apply what I learned from it. If we’re not allowed to take risks, with the possibility of making mistakes, it’d be impossible to learn, and get better.
It’s been over a month, now, since we put out the previous chapter. I certainly am sorry. This chapter was a lot of fun, especially since I added a few colors to it . . .
Sorry about the image quality. It’s hard to convert drawings to digital images without loss or obscuration.
Ghost Victor has a lot of advice for Victor, but the most important thing he should be telling him is to stay away from fires. A lot of bad stuff happened to future Victor, apparently, but being perpetually on fire might be the worst . . .
Thanks for reading!