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Pencils to Pixels: Screen 2

The second screen was reworked a lot mostly to get the humor and dialogue right. Early on, the first penciled, inked, and greyed artwork for screen 2 had Drew interacting with Camilla instead of Priya. The last panel was also re-drawn several times to match alternate endings, all of which were designed to define Ted’s character and his dynamic with Drew.

It’s also funny (to me) to compare the pencils to the final product and see the cut n’ paste Vantacor on the wall, as well as the pasted Priya. The screen 2 layout (below) has several differences compared to the screen 2 shown on Zuda. Namely, Drew still has his plant. . .

We Make Clouds, screen 2


A Totally Office Arrangement

Attention PRESTON & STEVE fans: Thanks for visiting! We need your help pushing our online comic, We Make Clouds, to #1… so, please SIGN UP and VOTE now!

You guys ROCK!!!!


For those of you who don’t know the Preston & Steve morning show on WMMR in Philadelphia, it’s time to check ’em out.

I (Mike) used to live in Philly, and this one radio show almost induced several accidents during my long daily commute out of town. Preston, Steve and the gang (Casey Boy, Kathy, Nick and Marisa), provide a perfect cocktail of humor and humanity that you can’t find anywhere else on the airwaves.


“Fine,” you say, “but what does this have to do with We Make Clouds?”

Well, here’s the scoop. We Make Clouds and Preston & Steve are trying to harness the energy of each other’s rabid fans. And while P&S probably has a hundred times our power and influence,  we’re hoping to get a relationship going – a League of Laughs, if you will – that will propel us both to the top of the charts.

So, go ahead, check out the Preston & Steve site and download some of their excellent podcasts. And then make sure you come back here and vote (and favorite and comment) your ass off for We Make Clouds!

If that don’t cure what ails you, well then… you may be a robot.

And not like Rosie on The Jetsons. An unfeeling killer robot. Sent from the future. OK, you’re  a Terminator.