When I'm drawing comic strips, I have to be able to concentrate. But when the drawing's done and I'm just inking, I don't have to think, so I love to work while watching (or rather, listening to) a movie - preferably something long and slow with a lot of dialogue, so I'm not missing much by never looking at the screen. I know, I should just be downloading podcasts. But anyway, the other day, I watched a 1994 TV adaptation of George Eliot's jaw-droppingly awesome novel "Middlemarch."
Why am I telling you all this? Because watching "Middlemarch" reminded me of a brilliant discovery I made almost twenty years ago. So I looked up my record of this in some ancient archives from the Drawing Book (the discovery's on page 2). This is about Bob Dylan, of course.
There was a third page in this little Drawing Book anecdote, by the way - here it is, for what it's worth.