Posts Tagged ‘hubris’
I thought I might have something to say here about a number of things… Writing long story arcs, panels with closeups, the fact that Randy the River Guide is a real person, backgrounds that are photos vs backgrounds that are drawn vs backgrounds that are random colors…
But really, I wanted to ask- Has anyone heard anything out of Allan VS? I went mostly off the grid for a couple of weeks (and it occurs to me now that I have a couple of emails asking me why I haven’t replied to something on Facebook. As I haven’t answered the emails yet, much less the Facebook posts, heaven knows I’m behind the times) and I came back to discover that he hasn’t been commenting… and with my abysmal memory, I can’t recall when he posted last. And with my even more abysmal laziness, I haven’t looked it up either. So you guys- anyone know what’s up with Brother Allan?
Despite the lack of online activity and all the character defects, I would like to point out that I got all four comic strips out this week. Just for you guys. And Allan, wherever he is.
I apologize to anyone who would appreciate me providing Hubris in multiple languages.
The apology is firstly for the fact that Paste’s dialogue must be very difficult to make heads or tails of if English is not your first language, and secondly that I didn’t study enough of any other language to be able to make Paste speak poorly in them, too.
Wooo! Some of you may have noticed my relative silence in the comments lately… the last couple of weeks or so.
There has been a lot going on, but the upshot is that I’ve been out of town for a while.
All of last week’s cartoons were prepared well in advance, for a change. I colored and uploaded them on my laptop while in St Louis, not having had time to complete them before I left on vacation. Then I was more or less out of touch completely for a week solid. Sunday was a 12 hour drive to finally get back home. I realized Saturday, in Dodge City, that I’d better get started on this comic, or it wouldn’t post on time at all.
So today’s cartoon was done in the computer from a scanned-in pencil layout.
I think I still prefer my ol’ brushes.
I’ll post some photos and stuff of the Ocoee trip I made a couple of weeks ago and of the Rocky Mountain trip I just finished. But I suppose I should finish posting the photos from Charlotte HeroesCon first.
It’s been a busy month.
Are we enjoying the silly storyline? I know there’s not much outdoorsiness at the moment.
I had help, plotting this bit. Ronnie Filyaw, who creates the webcomic ‘Whomp’, and I had adjoining tables at Charlotte HeroesCon. Ronnie was kind enough to bat ideas back and forth until this story arc shaped up.
Also, if you’re in the U.S., Happy Fourth of July! Ring a bell, any bell, at 2 pm. Pass the word.
If you’re not in the U.S. Happy fourth of July. Make of it what you will. Shoot rockets anyhow, if you have the chance.
Wish me “Happy Birthday”! I’m Fifty Nine.
Not really. But I’m certainly not one of those people who try to say, “I’m Twenty Nine.” and think it’s funny. It’s not. Mostly ’cause I look like Hell on a Hot Day for ‘Twenty Nine’.
So I add a few years.
I look GOOD for Fifty Nine, lemme tell ya.