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80 - Hipsters without Instagram, can it be?

Poking fun on about three levels here, but the central theme remains. If it isn't hip, or hip enough, it just isn't pre-cool enough to pass.

Pretty happy that I was still able to find unique colors for this one after eight consecutive hipster comics from the same template. Didn't mix it up as much as I'd have liked to (no new arms) but the faces are all still unique, as are the colors.

79 - How much do five hipsters weigh?

This is a muddle of a bunch of other hipster jokes found on the web, none with any real origin to speak of.

I know I've been poking fun at hipsters a lot lately, but it will end very soon, as there isn't a whole hell of a lot left to be said about them. I could be wrong.

78 - Hipster solar eclipse

Why wasn't the solar eclipse just plain cool enough for a hipster? If you've read this far, it's likely you already know the answer. It just wasn't obscure enough.

77 - Why did the Hipster cross the road (Part Two)

We can deny that we're both hipsters, but that doesn't change the cold, hard truth, obscure tastes aside.

Art is recyled, but it was hard earned in the first place, so I make no apologies.

76 - Why did the Hipster cross the road (Part One)

The joke is that it has to be rare and obscure, and that failing to recognize that makes one de facto not a hipster.

I explain that, but it's very likely you already got the joke, or that an explanation won't help you.

75 - How many hipsters to change a lightbulb?

This is an amalgamation of a bunch of jokes I read about hipsters, with a few new twists added to it.

The art is still recylced from the previous few, but sufficiently re-colored to make it new enough.

74 - Occupy Movement is back!

It just makes sense. There's a bunch of people living in tents downtown, this means the Occupy movement is back, right?

That was the old joke. The quickest way to get rid of the homeless people was to give them Occupy signs and watch the cops run them out of town. Recycled art, but re-colored and what not.

73 - Hipster at the thrift store

This is the first in what you'll quickly realize is a long series of nearly identical hipster comics. Meh, so it goes. I'll juggle the art around a bit, but I put a solid 4-5 hours into making this template, so it's going to stand.

Hipsters like their homeless look. Sometimes they pay $2 for an outfit, other times they pay way, way, way too much for it. This pokes fun at the latter probability.

45 - Know what's cool about being a Hipster?

I spent an embarrassingly long time on this one. I mean it was ridiculous. I was experimenting with new techniques for coloring, shading, eyes, all of it. This one was pioneering, even if the joke is so-so.

37 - Why Don't Hipsters Take Their Hats Off?

Thinking back to last week when those kids made fun of me for looking like a hipster was bad, but it was worse today when, while leaving the Dollar Tree, I put my sunglasses back on and a guy said to his friend, "Well NOW I'm impressed,"... come on guys, really? You don't know my reasons.

As it happens, I did have eye surgery, and I my head does look like a baboon's shaved ass, so whattaya got now? Also, this is the first use of my template eyes, rather than custom constructed eyes. They're much more symetrical, I have to say.

31 - Hipsters have feelings too

Inspired by actual events. I was getting gas tonight and this actually happened to me... and yes, I was wearing a hat like the one in the picture.

The art is repurposed from the cartoon a few days earlier about Hipsters and pizza, but with all new faces (much higher detail) and I re-shuffled some of the background and clothing colors a bit.

24 - Hipsters love hot pizza

The heart of the joke is not my own, but I tweaked it quite a bit. The cartoon bodies and heads are clip art, but the faces, expressions and coloring are all me. This is the first comic to use a 4-square shape other than square. It's distorted to make it look more interesting, but for no real practical purpose.

16 - Hipsters just love ducks

A decent mix of Clip Art and original work. Too much work.

14 - Drinking Too Much?

This was a big one. I finally bought a book on how to draw cartoons. You'll notice that the 4-square-panel format has been dropped, that there are now noses and ears, that there's no Clip Art, and that there are whites of eyes. I like this. I'm growing.

2 - What's up with Hipsters?

My second-ever comic. Still happy with the hair, but the pants and crotches are a mess, as are really the faces. Inspiration came to me while looking for an alternative to the Comic Sans font, which I wouldn't get around to until about #13.


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ABOUT - This is a sometimes webcomic about, you know, kind of whatever. There's no set format (yet), so whatever is funny goes to print. I've only been doing webcomics since the last week of March, 2013, so it's not all that refined just yet. Don't worry, I'm working on it.

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How do you make your comics?
Badly, if at all. I do layer upon layer in PhotoShop Elements, which I got free with a pen tablet. I'll get Adobe Illustrator soon enough, just don't have the budget for it just yet, or the capacity to figger it out.

Where did you learn your mad skillz?
Mostly nowhere, but I lean pretty heavily on photographs, then try to replicate them... badly. I've learned a lot from a decade of using Photoshop at various jobs, which helps streamline the process. I like to look at existing art and photos and sketch it out from there, though it doesn't always work the way I'd like.

Where do you draw your inspiration?
Only from the best. The Far Side, xkcd, explosm, the Atheist Pig and too many more to mention.

Come on, who actually asks these questions?
Nobody yet. Just trying to stay ahead of the curve.

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