The thrilling conclusion of the Owl Escape saga. Maybe I'll do a part three some time in 2021.
This comic is based on a time playing Dungeons and Dragons. When my original plan to send a talking plant for help failed, this was my backup plan. There is a part two. It isn't very exciting.
It was a simpler time, when women were hyper-sadistic warlords and men were poorly drawn.
Hey, here we are. Stuck in our homes. Doing what we do best: procrastinate. Which is why this post is actually way after all the crazy virus stuff happened.
I'm sure everything is fine now.
What nationality is that raccoon anyway?
Channeling my Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff for this one.
To be honest, if I went to a restraunt and saw a menu item that said "garbage taco" I would order it because that sounds delicious. Maybe I'm a racoon?
Has anyone checked this bear's credentials? I'm not saying I don't trust him, and I certainly agree with his advice. I'm just saying.
Sorry for the sappy comic, but I figured I'd share some good advice I heard about a while ago. If you want to do something, whether be a good artist, musician, write a book, or really anything, it's important to work on that thing every day, whether that be actually working towards an end goal or practicing to help better yourself. Just don't forget to take breaks! Breaks are also important.
They say never judge a book by its cover but sometimes those covers are pretty spot-on. Let's try for once a week updates on Mondays, okay?
Wait, so who makes Dove soap? Also, do the same people make Dove chocolate? How did they decide to make chocolate and soap? That doesn't seem to be a very similar product.
Also, why did I decide to keep drawing skeletons? The challenge?
Also also, I might start a project for this site. No promises.