Life of Glych #63

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This is basically a streamlined view of my life thus far. If it doesn’t make sense, let me know.

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Life of Glych #62

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I like amorphous shapely backgrounds of nothingness…

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Life of Glych #61

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I was very driven was I was younger. By the time I was 16 I was working as an assistant for Ken Penders on the Sonic the Hedgehog books for Archie Comics. By the time I was 19, I was working as a storyboard artist at O Entertainment on the thumb movies.

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Life of Glych #60

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My mother repeated this story to me from an early age. Repeatedly.

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Life of Glych #59

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This is true. My parents called me (jokingly) their retirement plan from an early age. This puts a hell of a lot of pressure on a kid.

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Life of Glych #58

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The teacher told my parents that my drawing was distracting to the other students. The behavioral class had instructors there that were trained to spot personality and mental issues. They realized I was bored, not problematic and required far more stimulation than what I was getting.

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Life of Glych #57

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This week’s comics are going to focus on childhood pressures to become something great with my talent.┬áMy father had an extensive art library full of sketches and paintings of the masters. I knew names like Rembrandt and Picasso before I knew the names of actors. I knew several of their paintings by sight before I could write their names in cursive. I was groomed to be an artist from an early age.

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Life of Glych #56

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Long time no update! These comics have been hiding in a box in storage for half a year and were drawn well before that. As mentioned in the last post, we’re rearing up for a darker turn in the subject matter towards dealing with depression and other issues. It might be tough to see. When I made these comics I wasn’t ready to show them to anyone. Enough time has passed that they don’t hurt so much.

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Life of Glych #55

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…And thus we view the birth of Captain T. This comic took a long time to upload. If you look at the date of the last few updates and the dates of the drawings there are obvious gaps. Coming up is going to be starting to work through some depression stuff. While I did these comics a long time ago, there hurt to make. I put them in a folder and the folder in a drawer. After moving several states over, changing jobs, and having most of my material possessions in storage I lost track of them. Upon re-discovery I know what I’m going to do with this comic now. Before the vision wasn’t so clear.

Before, I knew I had to make a comic about this stuff but being in the middle of the dark spot I was trying to distract myself with happy colors and jokes (just like real life). The truth of it is I was really broken during this period of time. I no longer am that way but have the strength to write about it now. LOG is about that. Captain T is happier stuff. I’m glad I was able to share it with you here before making it into something bigger.

But the comic’s subject matter might turn towards the dark after I get through these backlog archives… These have to be posted first… Thank you.

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Life of Glych #46

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Since these comics were made, I have changed the ship design. But this opening sequence of the ship coming into view and swinging around is still part of the final product.

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