Training Day

I spent my day doing tech support for a person who demands to remain unnamed, and since I snapped this picture as some point during the day I just had to turn it into a comic. While I suppose convincing one’s self you aren’t frightened by computers could work for a bit, in the long-run…

Nothing

Leave a comment which reads “clap!” if you appreciate the irony of creating a comic to say “nothing” might be the most profound gift I have to offer, and then wrote a short reflection on that same comic 1. As ironic as this post might be, the comic is still true. I cannot tell you…

My Comic Workflow, Part II

Yesterday I showed how I take a photograph and “toon” it for use in my comics. Today we’ll finish the comic process by bring the tooned image into Strip Designer to add effects, titles, and text bubbles. This $2.99 app has been around almost as long as the App Store itself and continues to receive…

Sometimes

I came up with this two panel comic the other day. I wasn’t feeling particularly snarky 1, but I think the two panels pretty much define the ethos of the day. The world seems to be losing it’s collective mind, and sometimes an act of pure and childish gleeful defiance is our last bastion of…

A Comic Thought

I was not going to do one of these posts, but eventually I just had to. 2016 was, indeed, a mess. The politics of my native country sunk into the realm of reality TV, more icons from my childhood died than I care to admit, and people all around me pretty much seemed to give…

Allergies – A visual aid

I haven’t posted a comic in a while, so I thought I’d put one up today. Allergy season is not my favorite time of the year. It’s two-plus months of wanting to scratch my eyes out, fighting to stay awake, and being easily agitated by noise. Unfortunately, none of these symptoms is due to the…