I think, ultimately, I want to do it in color, all of it, the entire thing, because even though when you think of noir you think “black and white” There is just so so much shit I can do with atmosphere and mood if it’s colored. But the problem there is that color, as I do it now, takes forever, and if I do it like a lineless thing I can’t envision it as anything but kind of a Cucumber Quest lite sorta deal. I guess I COULD try to do it in flats, but when you think ~*MOVIES*~, which I want you to, you think light, right? Or I do. Like, fuckin, extravagant, three point, everything drenched in light or shadow type shit. Like “Hook”
I got time to figure this out I guess. it’s 4 am now, I should sleep
I’ve been thinking that i want my next project (which is looking like it’ll be Spenny Comic, (or Gumboots!)) to be visually distinct from Buffet of Lies, but also look kinda film noir-y, and I’m realizing I may have shot myself in the foot by making this-and-most-of-the-remaining-stories basically exactly that.
Maybe a lineless style would work. Or inkwashes?????? Who can say
Like bashir is okay SOMETIMES but like, the “ladies man” archetype isn’t really playing here. Kirk was romantic and treated ladies nice, riker was a big hammy bara, but bashir is just like some horny kid.
i was driving home and i was thinking about the muppets and i realized that even though statler and waldorf sold the muppet theater to that evil guy, their intent was to turn muppet theater into a muppet museum
"wow bea shut up about the muppets already" no never
Also, in the original ending, the muppets WERE only a dollar short at the end of the telethon, so Statler and Waldorf threw a buck onstage because they thought the show was pretty good