After a short discussion with peoplel about the role of "Shooting-My-Lazer-Face," in my latest rendition of Zombie Warfare and it's relevancy with today's politics and growing demand of entertainment, I was curious to look up some interesting facts about the MEME.
As others suggested, showing off my lazer face was not the inital desire but once I noticed I did it, well, there was no going back. I found it interesting that even though I was not aware of the meme, it had found a way into my artistic expression. (Nothing new under the sun right?)
Looking at it I was made to ask what other signiture themes can be sighted in the piece that might have been influenced from the land of St. Elsewhere and could I find it like when I was young and spent hours looking for Waldo?
The days of Comic genius seem to be so far from me now, as I get older.
( I mean think about it: I lost a scout because he believes: I think you should work on cleaning up your work before looking to get published
I mean this as lightly as possible, but I had scouted you because I had thought you were ironic art shitposting. But I think you take yourself more seriously than that.)
As if taking pride in ones work, comical or serious is a bad thing.
Where is the appreciation for laughter anymore?