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(Atheist stuff - Hipster stuff - Animal stuff)
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Totally recycled, just new eyebrows and background colors, and I feel plenty bad about it.
You know, dogs. I'm pretty happy how the hair turned out on these, but less happy that I didn't change the mouths around from one comic to the next.
Originally I wanted to, but the way I built it just wasn't conducive to changes. Lesson learned.
Recyled art from the previous one, almost entirely, but I put so much time into it, I figured it was good enough.
Dogs are silly and gross, figured this might capture them pretty well.
First comic back since a while, and I'm so-so happy with it. Grey dog is good, Wookie dog not as much.
I immediately realized the tongues were a problem, but it felt too late to fix them.
I hadn't said it before, but the art was based on a Photoshopped collage of assorted pictures. I put them together, redrew them from scratch. Pretty happy with the outcome. Plenty unique.
As to the meat of the potatoes, well, um, I'll withhold my comments on this matter... but you know how I feel. Sorry baby.
When I visited New Orleans in my 20s, my mother actually invited me to join her at a tranny club. I respectfully declined, opting to take in the music of Bourbon Street instead.
Later she said it was classy and artful, while my step-dad just shook his head in sickened disapproval. Oh mom, why must you love chicks with dicks?
I took one of these, and had a conversation very much like this with a co-worker when I returned. The genders were all flipped, but the basic resolution was the same.
This is using my new pen tablet to make eyebrows, lines, shading and what-not. Notice how the mouths are more dynamic than before.
I just imagined I could go back to the city beneath the sea, and with someone special... in this case a black girl in a tight dress.
The fact that she's more "party" than me should tell you something, especially since she's imaginary. I'm using the new Penguin eyes I made a few weeks back, and I like them. The joke is terrible, but I stand by it.
It's the age-old friendzone question... so whenna we gonna surrender and DO THIS???
It's a fair question though... you know who you are... when are we going to do this?
Happy to say I've never been in this situation, but when feelings aren't reciprocated, however small they may be, it can be cripplingly painful.
This is another from this set of images (3rd I think) which was based on a photo I bought, then totally transformed.
Almost all of us have been in this situation, from one side or the other... what do you do when there's a statement of love that can't be reciprocated?
Well, in this instance, talk about baseball, of course.J
This was one of a batch that was drawn and discarded. The art just sucked and I knew I could do better, no matter how much time I flushed down the drain making it so.
This is kind of how I feel when I'm in a "loving" relationship. They love you until it's inconvenient, then they call you the devil.
You know how it is, your kids try to take charge, and sometimes, they actually win out. It's very much wrong to let this happen, but it does sometimes happen.
The art is very much recycled with new colors and faces, but I'm too tired to make it all new. I've got plenty of those drafted, and I'll do them, but not today.
Ever known an ex who intoxicates you? Who makes you dream of her (or him) daily? Ever wondered about the path you could have taken? Well, yeah, kind of that.
The art is still recycled, but since I didn't make anything in almost two weeks, I'm just happy to crank this new batch out and get a gaggle done.
Now that I have the Bamboo tablet, the art can only improve from here. I still assume I'll get nasty, evil comments on Reddit, but that's okay with me.
Ever met a fine philly on the internet? Well, yeah, hate to break it to you, but that was a dude.
This is more recycled art, and I'll make it more unique in the future, but until people actually start reading my comics, I simply can't justify it. I've got the ability to up my skills by a good 30-50%, but, you know, I'm just waiting for a reason.
It's important to care about our friends, but it's arguably more important to find them a cheaper hook-up for their drug habbit.
I'm not on any drugs, though I understand the allure. Do it once, fall in love, dedicate every last thread of your being to keeping that addiction alive. It's sad, but it's chemical.
This was inpired by a Family Guy episode where Brian (the dog) became a drug sniffer, and quickly thereafter, a coke-head. Just struck me funny.
Imagine you turned 40, threw a magnificent party at tremendous expense, and nobody had the decency to even show up. That' bad, but what's worse is the guy later pretending he actually came, though plainly he didn't.
This is the first comic using the Bamboo pen-tablet. It's really great. Pressure sensitive and fairly responsive. The guys in this one are recycled, but wholly redrawn from scratch.
Notice the wicked detail in thier hair. I plan to expand that in later comics, hopefully to include flesh shading
Obviously recycled art from yesterday, and a badly made joke jammed into it at that... I apologize, but so it goes.
I'd like to think if I was Gary Larson, you could just look at the joke and tell yourself you're not smart enough to get it, even though the truth is that I wasn't smart enough to sell it in the first place.
This is the last comic drawn on a mouse. After this one, everything uses the Bamboo tablet, which promises to be awesome.
Did some unique art on this one. Whole new batch of eyes I might keep using. Happy to make the penguin fat; deserves it what with his fat-rich diet.
Even gave it a 100% unique background, which I also might do more of in the future. Colored and shaded this thing like crazy, with fair results. Had suggestions to make this one better, but just couldn't bring myself to do it.
It just makes sense. Stores assume a certain percentage of theft. If we don't live up to it, who will? If we don't steal, we'll throw off their numbers.
Sure, we'll go to jail for trying to stuff a single shirt in our pants, when it only would have cost $8, but that's an occupational hazard, as a professional thief. Sort of thing you just have to accept.
For fun, I 100% recyled the art from an atheist comic, as the principle remains the same.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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(Atheist stuff - Hipster stuff - Animal stuff)
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