A horrible pun I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. The first two panels actually happened last Monday. I did this comic without any computer processing other than some minor brightness/contrast balancing.
The foodtruck where the first part of the exchange happened. It’s good cheap fare, for any of you who are in Cambridge.
More authentic red “PHOOOOO” version.
Continue reading “J289 – Chicken Noodle”
And now, filler material of sorts in the form of MOAR sketches I made on the bus.
D, looking angry. Why? Because he was supposed to be posted last time. Oh well.
More sketches after the cut!
Continue reading “J285 – More Bus Sketches”
This one was inspired by a conversation with Sam, but for some reason it’s taken me several months to actually turn it into a comic. It’s been done with “greyscale bucketing” color technique, seen in this update. (By the way, “Bad Apple” in that update is a reference to this). Again, it’s done by first pencilling in red, inking, then taking out the red digitally. Erasing the red is a pain is really hard though, so I’m looking for alternatives to the red mechanical pencil lead I’ve been using. I’ve seen some “erasable colored pencils” in the supermarket, which might be a worthwhile investment just to see if they work.
The other alternative I’m considering is erasable pens. I used them in elementary school, and they were horrible then, but the modern ones seem to erase decently, so I want to try them out.
But yeah, not having to erase the whole drawing (as is the case with ordinary pencil lineart) is pretty awesome.
Today’s comic was inspired by an actual event. I was storing my milk in a friend’s fridge, and when I went to get it, I was rewarded with … milk slush. Yuk. I poured some out and defrosted it … and now the remaining milk is richer because I basically extracted the water from it (freeze distillation?).
Continue reading “J283 – Hot and Cold (redux)”
Whenever it is that we actually start displaying tags, you’ll see that this week’s comic has the “Real Life” tag. This doesn’t mean that it actually happened to me, but that it was inspired by something that did.
Continue reading “J280 – Sandwich; Justice”