Sunday, February 14, 2010

In the Garden of Good and Cheap!--

7 comments:

Whitney Pollett said...

LOL! This is great! I love the early birds!

Pacho said...

That was awesome!! let me know if you have more garage sales!!

Stacey Aoyama said...

Hey Vince, aw, you didn't get rid of all the cool stuff in your studio did you? Some of that looked priceless :)Anyway, nice comic of the garage sale experience!

nic said...

i love this Vince. I imagine your journal or diary is made up of these comics based on your everyday experiences. What a cool book that would be. (And, nice flash-back photo below!)

Vince M said...

Thanks Whitney, it was a real kooky experience. I was amazed at the items they went for and the stuff that didn't move. Don't know if we'll have another one, Pacho. But if we do I'll let you know. And no, Stacey I didn't sell my collectibles, just some stuff from the garage. Thanks for the kind words, Nic. I've been drawing these one pagers lately as an exercise, just to have fun and do some storytelling.

Bhob said...

Maybe each object has a story to tell. Didn't Jack Wohl do that? Or was it Jerry Robinson?

Vince M said...

It's funny you should mention talking inanimate objects, Bhob. That one wide panel made me think of Jerry Robinson's old strip, too. And for some strange reason I thought of "Sawdust". Wasn't that the strip-within-a-strip in Dick Tracy for a while?