The WolfieToon Multiple Crumple Guarantee states, "If this cartoon sucks, at least I killed as many trees as possible trying."
Although lately, being made more sensitive by people who have a gentler, more loving relationship with paper, who fold it into marvelous configurations, I have been doing more erasing and lighter under-drawing, so that more paper lives out its natural life.
But I confess that a harsh, cracking crumple is viscerally satisfying. Extremely.
I ran across the following items on a disk that show that things don't always go the way you want at first, but perseverance pays. Here is the first attempt at the Halloween WolfieToon with Boris and Elsa:
Not quite what I wanted, so I went back to the drawing board.
I got that far, thinking I was doing better, but after coming back with a fresh cup of coffee, I decided it was actually worse. Soooo... more work, and I finally got to this:
The end result you've seen..
The lesson here, Kids, is: Be patient and gentle, but firm; you can always spank something into shape. Wink wink.