OH MY GOD
this is a thing of beauty.
Before you start a project think to yourself “On a scale of Grim to Dracula, how much do I really want to do this?”
It’s like somebody made that book cover specifically for Lennie to find and make a snap judgement about someone’s private life.
That’s like titling a book, A Chemist’s Guide to Making Methamphetamine. Madre de Dios.
Heck, they could have at least paired it with better fitting Clipart.
More practice sketches for my comic-in-progress.
Watching L&O today, I became overwhelmed by the fact that I have an almost complete lack of understanding of social behavior and much less of corporate politics and government politics.
That might completely incapacitate me to make anything about Law & Order, so maybe I shouldn’t do it. People would be able to tell that I don’t get it, and that would also make my story bereft of any social value. :0
Here is part 1 of my original, comics version LAW & ORDER epic. It was intended as a pure exercise in cartooning, a way of loosening up my style by drawing straight to paper with an ink pen, and it was a success not only because it started me on the road to refining my finished style, it also was some of the most fun I have ever had drawing comics.
LAW & (DIS)ORDER!
Have you ever imagined your favorite law defenders on the other side of the coin?
These dudes will be a whole new troubles for New York City justice!
Do we have any Batman in NYC?
Lennie is definitely a joker (a rather tasteless one at times), and the way I feel about Jack definitely fits Harvey Dent: during some episodes, I’m supporting Jack, and, in others, I’m rather displeased with him.
Rey Curtis looks a little like Michael Keaton in my opinion, so maybe he could be Batman. Less obvious choices for Batman would be Stabler, Donald Cragen, or Nora Lewin.
Van Buren or Benson would be really cool Batmans (“man”). xD
Anytime Mike Logan decides to go drinking on a week night, Lennie threatens him, “You’d better not pass out in an alley, or I’ll draw a chalk outline around you.”