I guess Sally lives on a waterfront property, I really should write that down somewhere for reference?
Archive for ‘June, 2013’
aaaaaaaaaaaand that wraps up the Undercover Millionaire storyline! Three characters leave, one returns, it’s almost like I know what I’m doing or something, AND Sally finally gets her God damn boat. Hoorah! Someone buy me a chocolate milk!
The 200th Hive FM! Where are the Hollywood people buying the movie rights and the mountains of cash from t-shirt sales? OH WELL COMICS!
Thanks to Mister J for writing this one, so in return I drew him in it. Take THAT.
Getting your gig mentioned on Hive FM is when you know you’ve really made it in the upper reaches of the accounting industry.
I’m addicted to the Strip Search web series that Penny Arcade are making. As someone who for some foolish reason holds out hope he could be a comic making person one day the idea of a reality show about people who are chasing the dream is like liquid crack to me. Which is why the week gap between episodes is like torture! Thankfully it won’t be long until the next one, and YouTube has…uh, alternative solutions available.
Mister J told me he doesn’t want credit for him drawing the middle panel and coming up with this gag, so I won’t give it to him.
Cartooning pro tip: to texture your backgrounds just take a photo of some concrete and apply them as an overlay layer in Photoshop, whoooo shortcuts!
The very talented Mister J and I were talking about our mutual love of the fantastic show Strip Search over lunch a while back, in particular the touching episode where Erika Moen was eliminated, and so over some excellent curry we challenged each other to draw a comic about it.
Here’s the comics, which turned out almost as good as the bloody nice curry…and even if they didn’t turn out good, at least I got some curry. Damn I love curry.
I also love Strip Search! The finale will be up a few hours from the time this comic is posted, but you can always go back to the start and watch the whole wonderful saga. I find the show to be such a massive encouragement and can’t help be enthused to draw more comics after each episode. One of the really nice things about it is that all the contestants are nice people, and not bitching about each other, and are all just really supportive of each other’s work. It’s something you don’t see on ‘real’ reality TV.
One thing that was very cool was when my wife and I were watching an episode last week and she was surprised that there were so many female entrants.
“Uh, yeah”, I replied, “all the best web cartoonists have always been women”.
These are also the same people who are saying that fluoride in water calls your fingers to fall o