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Feedback. I think you write a clever cartoon. So the most important part, the writing, is covered. I think you're going to refine and edit the visual to match the writing's wit. Right now I think your drawing reflects your ability to solve and invent a setting and a character that "does the job." You are a great draftsman and pull off good space, volume, gesture etc. The writing needs to be served by a drawing that is pared back to punch out the main joke.
This one could maybe deviate from great perspective to show successive monkeys to a visual of one main monkey with a hint of a monkey to each side of him. Then it's just that monkey and Abby. And Abby's dawning horror. Whatever that looks like. The Rick that can create and environment and populate it with multiple characters works slightly against Rick the gag writer right now. But I think that changes as you stick with it.
I hope I'm not laying this on too thick, especially as the guy that has never attempted gag cartooning in his life. But one more about this point I'm making of taking it easy on the Rick brain that solves spatial problems. What if the heart box was much larger on the seat row, again not receding, but right in front of us. And through the window it's just the simple shape of the airplane nose with that passenger loading deal being pulled back. Little airplane window rows where only one little thumbnailed guy with something on his mind is shown. Now I've worn out my welcome.
Photoshop will be perfect when is has a spell check in it.Ellis, I totally agree with you. I've been pretty happy with the gags but not as much with the drawings. Keep that feedback coming!
Thanks for that Rick. I was sweating whether I got carried away on my art direction. The gag writing is the hard part. I think you've got a solid talent for it. If it becomes a passion you've got a profitable publishing future as a gag cartoonist.