this is a sketchbook blog for my new graphic novel.
A dog like that would keep the temple rat, mouse and stray cat free.
I will have to include some crunching
What do the new neon temples look like? As you have stated they will have decidedly ancient Egyptian influence but how will the neon work into it? Neon is old technology and will play into that seventies era feel, but will the temples also have more modern features like display screens on every surface that show the sacred stories enacted? What is the structure of worship at these temples?
I'm also thinking this costume looks like something Mobius would have designed. I've always been inspired by his work and it was meaningful to me when in the early nineties I discovered that he and Miyazaki, the Japanese animator, attempted to collaborate. I believe "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind" was what resulted for Miyazaki. I'm not sure what Mobius ended up doing. Anyway, I'd like to see what a priest's outfit would look like.
My experiences working at the rosicrucian complex in san jose have biased me towards a crumbling 60's grandure. They try hard but its never going to look like solid stone but modern materials. Maybe they dont care. I think they have a style all their own that would embrace neon and anything else as long as it had their idea of post wiccan elegance. Yes, the rosicrucian city is all based on Mobius you found me out. But, hey, you can't go wrong with Moe.
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