Fifty comics and I’ve only resorted to a couple of bathroom jokes.
I’ll try to step up my game on those. I’ll make it my number one priority. I wouldn’t want to piss anyone off. It’d really wipe the grin off your face.
Look, in the future there’s a lot of robots. I can’t help it.
If you’re upset about it, then start pushing for more Humo-Centric Technology now. Lots of meat conveyors, and skin-mechs.
Mmmm…Skin-Mech. I’m just going to assume I coined that.
“Flesh Squad” featuring “Abs”, “Mister Pecks” and the hilarious “Goosebump.”
Oh yeah. Saturday morning just got EPICdermal.
I’m hot on a replay of Mass Effect 2, this time playing as a Renegade FemShep. I tried so hard to make her Human supremacist, but Mordin with his short lifespan, and hilarious comments, was too hard to keep off the team.
What I love about Mass Effect is how different two playthroughs can be for two different people. Fox, over at Sketched Comedy, was telling me how he played his Shep like a crazy Bond-Esque Infiltrator type. He was surprised to hear that my main Shephard was a Soldier using the Assault Rifle. Somewhere out there is another player using a shotgun!
Another trailer went up from GamesCon this week, but it mostly just showed some fancy shootin’. I don’t need that, but I give them credit for showing gameplay, as opposed to 30 seconds of Corporate Logos, 5 seconds of words flashing, and another 30 seconds of logos with a release date.
I’m at the point in my life where if I want to progress, I’m going to have to go get some sort of paper that proves I can do what I’ve already been doing my whole life.
If I use photoshop to make my own certificate, shouldn’t that count?
If I build the PC someone else is going to use for a A+ Certification program, can’t I, like, get a pass?
The nation wants me to spend hundreds of dollars on something that is now common, yet somehow indispensable for resumes.
Maybe on Tuesday I’ll have some nice print-out-able office certifications for folks. I should work on that.
Honestly, I wish more certification processes were like this one. I would totally take all those night classes if it meant running around an American Gladiator style Thunderball ring.
THIS COMPUTER NEEDS A NEW HARD DRIVE!!!
But! Can our prospective tech get past NITRO?!? (or, for the more recent AG fans) And CRUUUUUUSH!!!!
Text based ads are up and running, and if good ‘ol project wonderful comes through, you’ll see more marketing in specifically designated money zones. These zones are intended to keep the site running, so if you’ve got your adblocker turned off (for some reason), and see something google is telling you you should like, then please LISTEN TO THEM.
But seriously, please let me know if you see an offensive advertisement, so I can take it down.
I put up a revised logo today, as well as straightening some flim-flam out with the archival system.
Tom’s looking a little shakey up there, and that’s mostly because I’m still trying to hammer out his proportions. It’s upsetting to draw something, and then realize it looks exactly like something else. Maybe no one else would notice that Tom’s head shape looked exactly like Beeboo from Whateveramachacallit Comic, but I would, unintentional or not.
But another part of me says “If it’s an unintentional resemblance, isn’t it just a style?” When people draw stuff that looks like it belongs in a Disney cartoon, no one says ‘Lame’. Ditto for a lot of the flash stylings I’ve seen.
Either way. Being happy with the work is first and foremost, so if Tom transforms into more of a Stefan Urkel than a Steven, so be it.
Here’s to you, Laura.