Tuesday, June 30, 2009



A while back I realized it was probably more handy to include an entire series (or as much as I can) into one post instead of posting them two or more segments at a time. Does this make sense? Let me know, because I'd be posting more often the other way around.

But sadly, as much as I'd like to continue my current comic, I'm going to have to buy some more pens. I may do some experiments with fountain pens before that.
We'll see what happens.

Rest assured this comic will be concluded!

Oh hey! Notice the shadows? Makes it pop right? Right!

Sunday, June 21, 2009


I wanted to post this as one big comic that you could simply use the scroll button to read. It seems the file was simply too big. Oh well.

I'll bet Julia Child made some big ones.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Macintosh Gamers

This comic is not only self explanatory, it's anti-climatic! What fun!
How filmic!

Wooden Allen can bake a cake. An ugly cake.

I'm tempted to move onto a fictional comic, but I'm afraid it will lapse into an epic story that is too great to tell over a summer. It will take self control, to be sure.


Hey and be sure to check out my video for my top mac games!

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Robbed! A very unrelated post.

Cheated! Augh!

So I have been playing Unreal for the past two weeks are so. This should come as no surprise to my family seeing as how I beat it every summer. Anyone who knows Unreal knows that even on easy beating the game is quite an undertaken.

So I can say that I've been through prison ships, mines, jungles, villages, floating temples, fetid sewers, volcanos, dark arenas, biospheres...you name it...I fought through it to get to the final boss.

And to my horror, I killed her in one shot. No cheats.

I'm an anal guy, and a pack rat. So when I play first person shooters I hoard ammunition and equipment like I was payed to do it.

Not so ironically I almost never put the equipment to any use and by the time I've beaten any game I do it with tools to spare and a slight sight of regret not knowing how they might have helped. It was different this time.

I accidentally turned on the "Energy Amplifier" that I had picked up days ago (literally and virtually) and found that my dispersion pistol became the deadliest weapon in my arsenal. I discovered this on the second to last level of the game. The pistol is normally, in fact, the weakest gun.

So I thought, hey, why not use it on the Skaarj Queen to rough her up a little bit before I bring out the big guns?

And like I said. One shot.

I couldn't believe it. I even searched darkened arena for a couple minutes to see if she was hiding. But sure enough. One fucking shot.

I wanted an epic battle!
I wanted a fierce duel!
I wanted to be on the edge of my seat, barely surviving!

But no! One shot! For Christ's sake!

I have previously mentioned me being anal. So of course I couldn't just reload the game. When it comes to games there is no turning back. Grudgingly, woefully I pressed on and beat the game.

This happened not 10 minutes ago. I'm still reeling from my disappointment.


Thursday, June 11, 2009

Tinkering with Color

Seriously folks. There are so many bugs in blogspot. I really should be able to choose between regular and italic font whenever I like.

...I digress.

My palette has always been limited by my disinterest in color. I enjoy color, but I have always found it entirely unnecessary when it comes to my own work. I'm one of those kids that chose "black" as their favorite color way back in kindergarden . Given a coloring book I would turn the paper around and start drawing with a pencil.

I'm surrounded by color 24/7, must I contribute as frequently as all the other kids that like to draw?

The answer to the vast majority is, yes.

I don't mind working in color at all, but I've always been criticized for my narrow spectrum. What can I say? I'm a total amateur. I literally only just began to take color seriously.

I've been afflicted with laziness ever since senior year of high school. In all seriousness, I think I might never have been diagnosed with "senoritus" if my peers hadn't warned me against it in the first place. If allowed to live in ignorance, I might have remained the diligent automaton that I once was.

But as much as my laziness has affected me artistically, I can't say that it is the sole reason why I choose to primarily work in black and white. Perhaps I wish to leave more to the imagination? Or mabye I really AM some kind of philistine?
Time will tell, I reckon.

...Anyhoo, I'm running out of ink in all my fine pens. I'm left with all the wider pigment markers so I thought, why not fool around a little?

This comic is an experiment more than anything else. Not sure if you should expect another page...

Monday, June 8, 2009

Shealita Baby

I did this portrait for my friend John AKA Shealita Babay




The Thing About Falling in Love (FINALE)

Ok. Now I very much, very seriously have to get new pens. My ink is nearly gone!

It'd be fun to tinker with fountain pens next. That'd be fun.


There's a lot more of could have said on the subject of love (OBVIOUSLY) but I'm trying to keep my comics short.

In other news, in case you don't follow blogspot, I now have another website, HERE for all you TUMBLR fans...

Saturday, June 6, 2009

The Thing About Falling in Love (PART IV)

It would be nice to have a stand I could set up to draw people's portraits, but I'm unsure of the legality of something like that.

People love having themselves drawn.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

The Thing About Falling in Love (PART III)

Note to self: get more pens.
Going to take a day or two off after today.

Every post allows me to write labels or tags that will help my site show up in search engines. The genius of technology has allowed there to be a prompt system that memorizes previous entries. So all I have to type is the letter "P" and suddenly the computer prompts a memorized "Prince of Nestaria."

...Only problem is that I can't write "love," it won't let me. It seriously won't let me.

I try to write "love," but the computer changes it to "gay lovers," every time.
Every, time.

I wonder if it's trying to tell me something...

Monday, June 1, 2009

The Thing About Falling In Love (PART II)

In all seriousness, the user interface when it comes to arranging these images in Blog Spot is...lacking.