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  1. Hey Tony,
    You crossed my mind when I was reviewing old interviews. I’m thinking about opening my work back up. Do you remember me at all? If you don’t, that’s fine. Be honest. I sometimes forget myself, myself.

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      1. The fact you responded so quickly made me smile. I really thought nobody was around anymore. I don’t remember a lot of my work on here. When I was active, I was at my worst . How have you been??

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        1. I’ve been well, thank you for asking! And I take it that you’re doing much better than you were? If so, that’s very good news! As for who’s still around, I’m not sure. People seem to come and go, and we seem to somehow keep on keeping on. Knock on wood! πŸ˜›

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  2. Hey Tony Single, just wanted to say thanks for liking my: A VIDEO I MADE: FUN WITH FRIENDS
    video that I recently posted. It’s a really good video that I worked hard to make, lol, and even though I have like 200 or so followers, not many of them even gave it a like. But hey, it is what it is. Thanks for you support buddy πŸ™‚
    Also I am working on a poem book, wish me luck.

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      1. I wonder how this fits with drawing a strip like you do. Draw something every day no matter what? Use a timer? How do you approach it in a graphic narrative medium?

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        1. It’s a good point. The graphic medium presents a somewhat different challenge to straight writing. Really, all I can say here is that any new strip always starts with a strong script for me, and that doesn’t happen unless I corral together some ideas, write them down, and then take them through at least three or four drafts until I get something I’m happy to proceed with. Only then do I begin the drawing process. πŸ™‚

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          1. That’s a good tip: do the writing FIRST and then the drawing. Do you do this in a single session, or wait for the writing to “cool off” and then do the drawing?

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            1. I definitely wait for the writing to “cool off”. It’s always best to do this. I find I will often take my scripts through many drafts before I’m finally happy with the words. I want to make sure I get it right, and the only way to do that is to give it time. πŸ™‚

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              1. And, damnit, someone comes behind me after my first draft is done and inserts all those misspelled words and grammar errors. (Must be the NSA or CIA.)

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