I had started a different drawing process starting this semester. The first week or so I was drawing with extra thick lines before going back to the wafer-thin ones. This was also around the time I had started cropping comics before sending them to our editor; the Badger Herald editor had changed and the new… Continue reading 0216
I’m guessing I got the photos in the background of Sasha’s travels from morguefile. It’s a pretty handy site, though I think I was using it more before I had heard about Flickr and creative commons licenses.
Interns get a lot of work thrown upon them. A lot of busywork, that is.
Paper? Psh, that’s like sooo last century.
I mean, something has to give, right?
Back to the skinny lines!
“You need mats for the guild raid too? No problem, I have plenty of time to farm them!”
Ah, the dreaded passing time, where pedestrians rule the road and all others must quake in fear.
Passing time only lasts for 10-15 minutes or so, but it’s really, really hard to turn while driving, unless you have an arrow. And even then, if the passing time mob disagrees with the walk sign, you’re stuck anyway. Not that I know from experience or anything.
It is a bit frustrating to have bikes use the sidewalks all the time when there are so many people about. I suppose they feel it’s quicker (and perhaps safer) than navigating the streets. But even the ones on the streets in Madison tend not to obey the traffic signals. As a side note, my… Continue reading 0225