Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Hourly Comic Day

Here's my hourly comic for John Campbell's Hourly Comics Day. I found making it quite exhausting! I feel glad that today is not an hourly comic day. Yesterday was quite hourly enough.










I apologise that it was rather a dull day, but Mondays are always like that, I get through the boring stuff so the rest of the week has space for thrills and spills. Whatever day of the week it is, you can plot my circadian energy curve based on this day.

14 comments:

radioguitar said...

Sir, you make a science out of frustration and an art out of shaking your fist at the world.

Brilliant!

Sonny D said...

You'd better not be hating on LC!...
Ha! Love the comics :-)

John A said...

Sonny, I was all for 'em. THEY STARTED IT.

Miss Mashed said...

This is my monday... well, apart from the successful selling of painting bit. Replace Mad Men with mario kart. Do Tuesday next.

Sigivald said...

My LaserJet (Color 2550n) works on Snow Leopard.

Ha!

Jon said...

"I will fill today with my fetid opinions" would make a great sticker, you know. I'm just sayin'.

John A said...

Miss Mashed: I think if we measure it over our lifetimes, you are going to beat me on selling paintings to a pretty embarrassing extent.

K said...

I liked that a lot... It was more exciting than my Monday, believe me (although I made a sock monkey, which makes it an unusual Monday.)

Your new T-shirts are very nice.

Cameron Adamez said...

Dear Mr Allison,
I tried this too and it was very exhausting! It felt like Twitter but with more drawing and craziness! Also, I am scared that Snow Leopard will eat my Mac.

Sincerely yours,
some random person in the US

Dean said...

Do you always stand on the desk while waiting for music to download?

Red_Dog said...

I always read your blog too late, so here I am, at the back of the queue, saying "Yeah, I larfed and larfed at your day, but in an affectionate way"...

JonathanCR said...

The joys of working from home. I love these little impromptu blog comics, especially those about yourself, and would ask for more but you have too many tasks as it is.

I would buy a T shirt of "bleak contemplation of prospect-free evening", although I would wear a jumper over it, out of shame.

Earle Martin said...

Kate Beaton is wearing a crown! That is so right.

Pikman said...

Well done!