Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Atom Echoes


This cartoon synchronises in an odd way with the emergence of "An Atom in Unwonderland".
What am I talking about? A common question with reference to my writing perhaps, but in this case it goes like this:
The post entitled "In the Blink of a Yellow Eye" was not meant to be more than another idle Far Queue post, but after Harlequin's comment "such a nicely perverse atom in non-wonderland" my mind went racing off and created installment 1.2, and later installment 1.3 (which will be posted on Friday).
Subsequent searches for a visual to accompany installment 1.3 caused me to stumble across a magnificent (and perfectly suited) photo by Jackie Morris (who kindly granted me permission to use it).
The resultant Index page (also a work in progress) can be seen (and used) here.

Now I'm sure this is not the recommended way to publish one's work but I am, after all, making this up on the go, and when it comes to doing things properly, my infliction is a dogged inability to care.
The bottom line is that I have no idea where this story is going, but hey, that's engineering for you.
~ Pisces

4 comments:

Harnett-Hargrove said...

It's the process, and it's a viable one. Sometimes you do not find it til you are past it. -J

Pisces Iscariot said...

Jayne: sometimes finding it causes you to lose it :)

Harlequin said...

the cartoon is perfect!! and please, please carry on with this project you are weaving as you go.... it's so intriguing and just plain fun.

and, having been to a few philosophy conferences, the cartoon is even more perfect. did i mention the cartoon's perfect??

Pisces Iscariot said...

Harlequin: Yeah, I work with engineers, they really can be quite dense sometimes :D.
Watch out for the continuing adventures of... episodes posted every friday from now until who-knows.