Maybe on some level it's useful to conceptualise twitter as a proving ground to find all the behaviours, habits & modes of interaction that can make a social media landscape positive–or miserable. Obsession with celebrity & notoriety, the buzz of racking up quantified engagement points, the pressure towards self-destructive performative outrage.
Perhaps twitter was our test run. Perhaps this is a chance to reflect, adjust our ideas & behaviours, & make a better place to spend our time.
I think this might be one of the movies I want to add to my list of "movies I want to do framing/story boarding tests with"? like damn.
oh no this is my new favorite movie. oh no.
like oh man I haven't watched what... felt like a serious actual MOVIE in forever? like it took itself seriously and was able to back itself up?
partner is out at a party so: SPOOKY MOVIE TIME while I work on CarnPla!! finally gonna watch The VVitch, it's 100% my aesthetic jam.
it's always humorous when people imply that without money or capital or jobs, humans would become idle and do nothing and waste away.
let me be real here -- i LOVE working. i love doing shit. i love labor so much. but i fucking HATE when i don't get to have control over my labor, when i have to labor for the sake of preventing my home being taken from me, or my power turned off, or starving.
do you know how much MORE work i would do if it was working out of my own desire instead of capital?
I DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
good lord drawing comics when you've just worked an 8 hour work day and are sick is one of the worst things, ick. i've drawn during worse situations though, so!!
NOTHIN TO IT BUT TO DO IT THOUGH!!!
i have a page to pencil before i can send some comics off for review and start working on my MAIN webcomic hot diggity dang i'm tired already