Draw Until It’s Funny is ending in two weeks, so I’ll be joining Justin in finishing the last stretch. I’ll be posting every other week day starting today! http://www.drawuntilitsfunny.com/2011/05/03/hang-gliding/
Soooooooooo. Just wanted to say that starting Monday I’m going to be updating channelate on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I’ve never had a declared posting schedule, but it was an unspoken new year’s resolution of mine to post five times a week. It’s been a great exercise in doing comics super often, but with my day job and other projects, its been really hard to keep up.
That being said, every day I get closer and closer to making this comic a full time thing. And I think posting three solid comics a week will help get there by keeping the quality where I think it should be. Maybe when the time comes that I get to do this full time, I will ramp back up to five.
Also, there are a handful of other projects I work on every night that never get seen because I don’t have the time for full on production. I just figure if I keep preparing things and doing as much pre-production as I can now, I can hit the ground running when this is my job. If I have any teasers or other things that I can justify putting out early, I will. Cuz it kills me how much work I have been doing that nobody is seeing.
Since there isn’t a comic up yet today, I recommend you go read some Left Handed Toons. Justin has been my internet room mate/landlord for a few months now. He also makes sure my things don’t explode in a bad way. So hey Justin, thanks for that. So if you’re in the mood for some funny stuff drawn Lefty, go check it out, damn you!
I know I haven’t been posting as much lately. Been kind of mentally blocked, unfortunately. But I thought as a way to celebrate Bob Marley’s birthday today, I would post my Raggae parodyish-cover of “Just What I Needed” by The Cars. I recorded it over the last week or so and thought you all might enjoy it. I hear everyone’s smokin a super bowl today anyway. (bwahahaha)
Well, kinda. Back in 09′ I worked at Lumenas animation studios and we were working on a movie called The Legend of Santa Claus. We were featured on the show “How It’s Made” and you can see me for a second in the episode.
Right about the 5:42 mark you can see me editing motion capture data. Good thing the camera was aimed at my good side.