Posts Tagged Birthday
Hey! I just had a birthday! I won’t tell you which one. Some of you probably already know, and anyone who doesn’t can continue to be unconcerned that I might die of old age sometime soon. Sing a little birthday song for me, though, if you have a couple of seconds. Or click the ‘You & Hubris’ button over there on the left and leave a dollar as a token of birthday wishes. I’m not being crass, I’m trying to pay off a research trip to Alaska.
Do you suppose I’ll ever tell you what Lowell has actually done with Hubris’ old gear? Do you really want to know?
I didn’t think so. More fun to speculate.
New storyline after all the players go to bed and start a new day.
I forgot to mention it. I did the same last year, too. But Hubriscomics.com is TWO years old! Happy birthday to it. It’s been a lot of fun getting this far- selling a few books, adding Hubris to gocomics, adding a little advertising, advertising Hubris himself on other sites, and sending Hubris off into the most daring story arc I’ve ever conceived. I’ve got more plans in the works, too. Maybe some comics conventions, possibly some sales in some odd markets here and there. I’d like to animate the Header art. Superfan Allan says I should do a Youtube channel. That sounds exciting. Might see if there’s a market to sell the original art or pencil layouts of the cartoons themselves. Any of those things sound like fun to you guys? If I go the Comics convention route, I think I should have ‘Team Hubris’ patches made up. Folks that have them would get discounts or free stuff… plus they’d be wearing a cool ‘Team Hubris’ patch.
Gotta get back to work. Hubris, Paste, Lowell, Kara and the rest aren’t going to get themselves in trouble without me.
The local skatepark just turned a year old. As if that wasn’t cool enough, it got a gift… or rather WE got a gift. There’s a 16′ steel wave that was added to the park just about a month ago. Here it is:
The surface is becoming art. The swirls and whorls from countless turns are beautiful, plus, the park enthusiasts are trying to slap stickers as high up the wave as possible as they ride. Normally, I’m not so fond of putting stickers on the nice new skatepark, but when they’re that far over your head, it’s sort of impressive to see ’em there. No Hubris stickers yet.