Posts Tagged ‘yelling’
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With these last 2 comics I tried to color them in a way that i thought would speed up the process: i zoomed way out and used a big, sensitive brush to lay in almost all the colors just big and blobby and fast. This way i could see how they looked together and if they were too bright or not bright enough and i kinda like how parts are not inside the lines.
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I am ALL done with conventions for this year. Comics can now pick up the pace and I can get back on track!
This was my first year doing more than one convention(I did THREE!) and I was NOT prepared haha
Next year will be different! I’ve revamped my set-up so things go faster and I decided to use the Square reader for all sales to track inventory and oh boy did it make things easier.
Thank you very much if you came by any of the booths I stood behind this year. I really REALLY enjoyed seeing you laugh at the strips I handed out!
I had to bring a bucket to collect all the bones coming out of there after working in the two Illustrated Thesaurus books!
I really passed these birds while walking the dog the other day. There were probably 20 to 30 birds in a few trees and they weren’t singing pleasing songs. It sounded like those asshole birds that start mimicking the digital noises they hear and it was ATROCIOUS.
Imagine 25 birds screeching out the most obnoxious alarm buzzer because they’re trying to get bird-laid. IT WAS EAR POISON. 25 small animals going BRAAUIIGH BROAAUIIGH BROAAAIIIGH
I should have recorded it for you.
If you haven’t seen Room 237 or any of the other documentaries on conspiracy theories about the hidden meaning of Stephen King’s The Shining, you are missing out.
In Room 237, one guy talks about his awakening to seeing how The Shining is about the destruction of the Native Americans. Later, a second man talks about meeting that guy and talks derisively about the first guy’s nut-job Native American Theory because it’s so obvious that the movie is really about the holocaust! Wake up, sheeple!
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Super apologies for the delayed comic, but here’s a tale as old as time from this year’s Denver Comic Con!
Extra special thanks to everyone that come by the booth, both new faces and every amazing person that came back from last year! You all ROCK! My only regrets are that I didn’t have bags for you(AGAIN!) and that I didn’t take pictures with you.
I do have some pics to post here, but I need to sketch out some more comics(it’s Wednesday night as I type this) and I’ll make a fuller con-recap post this weekend!
When I was first looking at Patreon and deciding whether or not to join I saw a link to Smooth McGroove’s page right there on the front of the site.
I will just say this: if you are a video game fan, you would be doing yourself a disservice by not watching his videos.
Really top notch stuff. I gotta go watch ’em again!
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Everyone there has been(was?) able to see today’s comic early as well as next week’s comic early!
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Can’t tell you how many times I’ve shouted this at the wrong time.
Now that I think about it, every time has been the wrong time…
I have a big mess to clean up now. Or later. Whatever.
Thanks for stopping by, though. I sincerely appreciate it.