Monday, December 28, 2009

Birthday Gift Glitch, Part Three

I love making fun of people for stuff I made them do.

Hopper's eyebrows are really annoying to draw. No matter angle he's at, I give them the same shape, which doesn't make sense in a three-dimensional space. Kinda like the Flinstones face flip thing.

Good thing it's a flat comic.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

Pickles and Christmas

Thur it is.

Here's one of Dad's Christmas gifts, so that means he's not to look at my blog until Christmas day, under the penalty of a slap upside the head. Both of my other readers are free to read it now.

My parents and I have recently started following this pickle tradition, even though we have no idea where it came from. Apparently, no one does. It's fine by me, as finding it means I get another gift, even though I'm pretty sure the gift is just one my parents were gonna give me on Christmas day anyway. Fun nonetheless.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Birthday Gift Glitch, Part Two


Imagine if you will some guy who can't stop playing Animal Crossing that triggers the notorious birthday gift glitch. A glitch that freezes every single member of town indefinitely and has no apparent solution.

Actually, the player gets frozen too, but that wouldn't make for a very fun comic arc. This crash would happen sometimes in the previous DS Animal Crossing game when you gave a neighbor a gift for their birthday, and the likelihood of it happening increased the longer you've been playing. So when a crazy person like me that plays the game almost everyday for two and a half years gives a gift, it's almost guaranteed to happen. Eventually, I just stopped getting them stuff. They didn't seem to care.

Let's see where this goes.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Birthday Gift Glitch, Part One

Hoo boy, here it comes.

This is the first part of what may be a several part arc, depending on how many jokes I can get out of it. I don't wanna spoil it, so I won't say much about it in this post.

But it'll be some Twilight Zone type sh*t.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Binary City...?

Holy crap, I think I saw a 2!

Here's a intermediate ceramics project, although you may not be able to tell by looking at it. The numbers in the computer are made of clay. The computer is not.

Unfortunately, I didn't get my own photos of this project, and had to pull this small one off of the ceramic department's blog. And I can't retake any pictures, as I've reused the computer to make that short lived abomination. You can't tell from this photo, but the numbers are sitting on a circuit board, with the numbers and smaller gadgets to look like buildings and skyscrapers and the green of the board to be roads. So it's a digital city, or something.

Just use your imagination.