Pirate may not have a strong sense of economics, but she certainly likes shiny things!
So, I should preface this by introducing the Korean-style comic. They’re long, vertical panels that you read from top to bottom, saving the eyes the pain of moving from left to right like in Western comics.
With that said, this is one of my first attempts at telling a story through comics, as well as using advanced artsy techniques (shading), but I hope you like it!
PS: Yes, her eyes are actually blue!
I play the trumpet the same way.
I’m trying out a new art style this time…and new punchlines! There were so many great jokes to use…so I took the top three!
It is (or was) Sunday! Time to relax, have fun, chase butterflies! …Or something like that.
Rain is nice! I’m sure people are waiting for rain in several parts of the world — let’s hope they get some!
Sorry, no funny today. It’s the weekend. Time to sleep!
It’s a GAME! Huzzah! …So, been working on this for the last week using Stencyl, a free game-making thing. For fun! And apples!
Go to this Google Drive folder to download Apple Fall — it’s a .swf file, so it should run on any computer. Maybe.
Instructions: You’re collecting apples! Try to catch fruits of all kinds in your basket, but don’t let anything bad get in! If you get hit, just reload the game to try again. At 20,000 points, the game gets harder, so be careful!
Points: Cherries (1000), Apples (600), Grapes (400), Bananas (300), Pears (200), Oranges (1). Nobody likes oranges.
…And yet so far. Even apples can’t keep Pirate awake, it seems. Make sure you get enough sleep!
For those of you who know this scene. For those who don’t, watch Ikiru by Akira Kurosawa. It’s in black and white, and lasts over 2 1/2 hours. Still, watch it.