Page 3. When dealing with the line "hexagram of the heavens," I researched and found that this is a reference to the hexagrams of the I Ching, a form of divination. Hexagrams are composed of six lines that are either broken or unbroken, and correspond to a description. This metaphor shows the brilliance Joni has when free associating imagery and meaning, a theme I tried to explore in my own interpretations in this comic.
I illustrated it as six unbroken lines, as they are jet streams, which would correspond to the hexagram for creative power, which I found fitting. Though to try and figure out the lyrics, divining some meaning from this hexagram could have seemed to be a false alarm to Joni.
The side illustrations show my attempt to consider the video pan through as another way of understanding the comic and song, as in the video I use them to create an animation. As there are only five images (including the bottom one), it isn't a fluid animation, but it was an interesting experiment.
The guitar Joni plays is based on the one she used in her 'Shadows and Light' concert film, particularly during the perfomance of 'Amelia' that is sublime. The car is based on the 1970 Dodge Challenger, of which I found a 3d model of online, and used as a reference as the car, modeled in the software Rhino, could be rotated around to match what view I wanted to depict.