8 Levels of Hell for poor Tzu Ch’un|
Originally published at benchiladaland. You can comment here or there.
I’m tired of waiting until the last minute to do the actual writy-bit of my entries, so I’m actually writing this the night before.
I haven’t been sticking to my Ten Minutes A Day rule with my art, justifying the many hours I spend on them anyway as being justified. This is bullshit, amirite*?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m having fun with the Artisan Pony Project and the fabulous guest artists that I’ve gotten so far, but I feel like I’ve been dropping-out of the one-page-funny comics, focusing perhaps too much on being Srs with my art. Starting again tonight, ten minutes every day.
I should also get back to a story or two that I was briefly working on. And the dishes. Nadja‘s sleeping, though, so I shouldn’t do the latter right now. Our bedroom and kitchen are only separated by a curtain.
We have been having preposterous amounts of fun lately, including the great success that was the Kung Fu and Kasseroles Party. Great friends, and casseroles and covered dishes were consumed in large quantities.
Here are trailers for the movies that ran all night:
Living Room TV:
The Magnificent Butcher (Sammo Hung at his best), The Tai Chi Master (A 90s Wire-Fu classic), 36th Chamber of Shaolin (Because Gordon Liu).
Laptop in Library:
Duel of the Tough twice (good fights, a film by Godfrey Ho) and The Holy Flame of the Martial World (a truly WUT film in so many ways).
Netbook Opposite the Toilet:
The Fearless Hyena on repeat (a personal favorite, my first Chan kung fu film).
Anyroad, welcome to the SECOND most bizarre part of The Wizard’s Lesson:
Need a RECAP?
As always, click to embiggen:
See, that wasn’t so bad, was it?
benjamin “greater-than-zero chance of current intoxication” sTone
* Apparently this word bugs some people. They can go screw.
** This comic leaves copyright on December 2, 2024
Tags: art, chinese, comics, comix, hell