Been a while since I’ve posted any of my podcasts. Time to get back into the groove with Episode 173, where Matt and I chat about The Last of Us Remastered and we consider a possible plot point for Star Wars Episode VII. Click here to check it out.
Hey, everybody! I did a guest comic for my good buddy, Joel Duggan. He draws a webcomic called Starcrossed. It’s a strip about a guy whose dating life is in the dumps… and he has a buddy who is an alien… who gets more action than he does. Oddly enough, I can relate. Click here to check it out!
Also – that’s my artwork in the panel there so don’t judge his strip by that. Joel is a much better artist. I tried mimicking his style but it’s been a while since I’ve had to draw actual characters.
That’s right, I finally have my Patreon all set up!
If you missed my comic explaining what Patreon is, Patreon is a service that allows people to support online creators. You can click here to go to my Patreon page to learn more about it – OR you can watch the short video I made below. It’s my very first YouTube video, and even though it was a pain in the ass to make, I hope to make more of these things.
Also – excuse my hair. I just got back from a walk and apparently avoided all mirrors before making this video. Enjoy!
You guys ever heard of this thing called “Flat Stanley”? It’s this class project for elementary school students where they mail a paper doll to an adult and instruct him or her to show the doll around town, take photographs, and send the whole thing back to the students can so they can, most likely, be bored to tears.
Well last month I learned something about my six-year old niece – she apparently has my home address.
Boom! There it was, waiting for me in my mailbox – an envelope containing the paper doll (named “Flat Blake” by the class), a letter of request by some kid in my niece’s class (horrible penmanship BTW), and a form for me to fill in, detailing our adventure. It was like being the biographer for a tiny comatose man.
So, rather than putting any effort into it, I decided instead to just scan Flat Blake, do a little Photoshop nonsense, and print the whole shebang on photo paper. Here’s what I sent back to the class:
The initial letter I received said the class would put my pictures on display. Not too long ago my mom visited my niece’s school and I asked her to look for it. Here’s the photo she sent back: