Random Doodles’ first color comic! It was the last comic of the Fall semester, and I didn’t know that it was going to be in color! My dear editor set me straight and I quickly made a color version.
I’ve never been good at picking out colors for comics, though. The main thing I learned from this one was that colors print out much darker on newspaper than you think they would. I did not, however, learn how to pick out a pretty color scheme, as you will see in the future. XD
I wrote surprisingly few papers in college because of being an engineering major. The total is probably around 5 or so.
Please don’t ask me about projects, though. We don’t talk about those.
Deciding what to ask Santa for is srs bsns.
This one (along with the Magnetic Moment comic) is another one of my favorites. If you don’t have it, why not poke fun at it? :)
In the background of this comic, I drew one of my friends, Brittany, as I needed a few extra people in this comic (just ignore those wide open spaces…). She’s the one with both of her hands propping up her chin in the back there. Shame on you for sleeping, Britt!
The other girl in the front row is the same one from number 35.
I’m glad this comic is number 42, because it’s one of my favorite ones. This was indeed thought up during physics class.
Here is the wikipedia article on magnetic moments. I is the typical symbol used to represent current.
And here is a link to the song “This Magic Moment“. I miss listening to oldie stations, there aren’t any good ones up here.
This miiiight have been based off the professors I had for physics. We had two professors because one of them had been at an Antarctica research station earlier in the year, which is pretty cool.
An actual random doodle! Oh my!
I had drawn this particular joke in my physics notebook in high school, so I decided to use it when I ran out of ideas.
And this handy wikipedia link explains what’s going on.
I hadn’t been the California at the time of writing this, but one can assume that most of California is warm, right?
Either way it probably was a rude shock for those who flew home for Thanksgiving to arrive back to snow. That’s Wisconsin for you.
All of Kally’s family sword fight, apparently. Definitely would liven up any family gatherings.
Side note: I never pronounced Eau Claire correctly before writing this comic. I said is more like Eclair, which is wrong. French is weird.