Comic for 08-31-05

I don’t particularly enjoy drawing heads from that over-the-shoulder angle, but I guess it’s good practice.

I don’t often think of a webcomic as “graceful”, but I think the word fits in this case.

Comic for 09-02-05

You’ll just have to use your imagination.

Undo! Undo!

Comic for 09-05-05

I have a hunch that the creative process is pretty much the same for every artform.

The “Sandwich of the Damned” gives me the heebies.

Comic for 09-07-05

Folks just can’t get enough of the little guy.

It’s kinda hard for an anime-esque webcomic to stand out from the crowd, but I dig the art in this one.

Also, “Smack Jeeves” webcomic hosting? Huh.

Comic for 09-09-05

Creativity can be smelly business.

Here are a few spiffy one-shots from Webcomics Nation.

Comic for 09-12-05

Hey, it could happen.

This webcomic has a healthy reverence for the art of the pun.

Comic for 09-14-05

Maybe they’re lactose-intolerant.

I wonder if they’ll do a sequel when the “paper” anniversary rolls around.

Comic for 09-16-05

As titles go, it’d still look snazzy on a business card.

From the talented mind behind “Insanely Twisted Rabbits” comes a cosmic cartoon that feels like a mix of old-school Warner Bros. and Ralph Bakshi.

Yar, mateys. I was hoping to avoid it, but it looks like I’m going to have to postpone the comic until tomorrow. Sorry!

Comic for 09-19-05

So behind! Sorry aboout the delay on Monday’s comic. Every so often, I reach a point in the story where I could go off in a bunch of different directions, and it takes me a little while to figure out which way I want to go. I think I’ve figured it all out now, and Wednesday’s should be up more-or-less on schedule.

Also, there’s the possibility of a bonus comic this weekend, but that depends on how I feel after I finish playing catch-up.

Comic for 09-21-05

Still catching up. After you check out the latest comic, swing by Whispered Apologies. They got around to using the first comic I sent them (if you check out the artwork, you’ll see that it’s a few months old), and once again I’m pleased with what they came up with.

Comic for 09-23-05

Birds do it, bees do it, even folks with wrinkly knees do it

Stay tuned for tonight’s episode of Law And Order: Stolen Books Unit

Be sure to check out the rest of Mr. Shiga’s work, while you’re at it.

Comic for 09-26-05

Really, there’s nothing stopping you from being all three, if that’s where your aspirations lie.

Remember a few months ago when I linked to that ask-Bill-Watterson-a-question contest? Well, I entered and, to my delight and surprise, he picked my question as one to answer. You can find the Q&A here; it should be pretty obvious which question’s mine.

I guess the folks at Andrews McMeel liked the question, too, as they included it in a press release. They were also kind enough to send me a copy of the press kit they’re sending around. Most of what’s in it is stuff you can find on the site, but they did include a cd with some high-res images of the new collection, which I’ll try to put up somewhere.

Comic for 09-28-05

Today’s comic is another example of panel composition being determined by whatever little space isn’t occupied by dialogue.

Well, it’s good to have goals.