Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Horse and hattock, fly!

Here's day 2 of my experimental experimentation. It's just for fun, to look at. They aren't going to print this on bank notes.

11 comments:

Josh said...

I love this. If they were to print this on bank notes, then I'd DEFINATELY go out of my way to collect a few more of them.

Roman said...

Dark Esther's face would make a fine addition to the 47 pound note.

Verlogh said...

I like this one better than the last.

Hyosho said...

And now, a poem:

Zombie Giraffe/ born free/ shot by G8 security...

Any chance of a T-shirt?

Tom Meade said...

Not knowing the levels of brush-related artistry to which you are aspiring, I cannot accurately comment.

Corwin said...

Could you... could you... could you do that image next?

est said...

i am digging the little mini-strips. they are tidy like the front lawn of that man who grows the roses.

you know the one. there's always a man with the roses.

Nate said...

These are a great addition to my morning. Keep experimenting!

Davecat said...

Pretty much anything with Dark Esther is a winner. :-) Nice one!

Nathan said...

I just happened to stumble upon your blog. Your strips are funny, but there's more to it than that. The way they're drawn is really compelling in a way that if they didn't even have the jokes, I'd enjoy reading them. That being said, the jokes are good, too.

You don't know me or anything. I'm just saying.

Zach! said...

Your brush-work, my dear friend* is very very good. I look forward to seeing further advancement in your work until one day you are making four comics at once, one with pen, one with brush, and one with the ol' computer. I don't know what medium the fourth would use. Squid?


*I call you friend as I constantly refer to "something a friend of min..wait. a webcomic I read...heh" and would prefer to just think of you as a friend rather than as just some guy who is awesome. Just saying