I apologize for the late update. Anyway, today’s comic was sort of inspired by a thread seen on 4chan. If you do not understand the comic, look up “Bridget” on Wikipedia. That’s all I can say about it.
So, anyways, as of late, I have been particularly inefficient in getting things done. I haven’t been spending all that much time drawing, probably since over the weekend I was distracted by a good book. Well, time to get back on track then…
Arr! It be International Talk Like A Pirate Day today!
Now that that’s over with, today’s image was an experiment in toning, which is the sort of coloring seen in comics. I’m not sure why it’s done this way. Anyway, this was just a simple test to see if I could do it on the computer. If the image looks checkerboard-y, please keep in mind that it’s fairly large and probably looks better reduced. So, that’s today’s update, and I probably spent more time than I should have toning it. Ugh. Oh well, practice makes…something, right?
Hi, it’s talk like a pirate day. But you know what? Who the heck cares? I certainly don’t. When was the last time you heard of pirates doing anything? Never? Yeah, me neither.
This is a picture of the “City of The Future” series. Yeah, I’ve done one before, but this better. And since I’m at school and people are looking over my shoulder, I will stop.
Once again, this was drawn some time back. This is a mascot for for vectors in general (you can never have too many mascots). I drew these two images during a break during finals week in June. Then, I put them away, and I spent a good deal of time looking for them last night. Goes to show, I should archive my stuff neatly.
Fine then. D’s rant is begging for a response.
Yes, tossing series is one of “my” things. The reason for that is because I consider it “disrespectful” to continue with a project that you’re not putting your heart into.
On another note, I figured out an interesting way to wreak havoc at the supermarket checkout. The conveyer belt that scoots items along moves automatically. It stops when an infra-red beam is blocked by an item on the belt. Thus, if you were to go in there with a strong IR lamp, and aim it at the receptor on the conveyer belt, the belt would move and never stop, and the cashier would be frantically trying to stop it.
I gotta try that sometime.