Mynarski Forest Official Vintage Archive
With Skippy messing around with glue, the potential for throwing in a solvent sniffing joke was obvious, even if the type of glue being used really doesn't have that effect. And involving Heywood was a literal no-brainer.
Actually executing the gag in a strip was a lot of fun. Between the dialogue, facial expressions, and psychadelic background, there was a lot of interesting stuff to draw to begin with.
The final panel presented a challenge because I wanted to present the feeling of as wide open a space as possible. I finally hit on the idea of tilting the perspective a bit, which allowed me fit even more horizon into the scene while giving it a dramatic aerial perspective.
If you look really close, you can see Skippy and Liska's house from here! :)