Comic 101 - Chapter 2, page 35.

21st Jan 2015, 7:40 PM
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Chapter 2, page 35.
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Author Notes:

Bloomer 21st Jan 2015, 7:40 PM edit delete
Lmao! Soo, I decided to fake sick (for the most part, was actually kinda sick but not bad enough to skip) and stay home from work so I can work on this page, and I felt like too much of an asshole to do anything other than sit around and feel bad.
So this page would have gotten done on time if it weren't for a busy weekend and my own stupidity. It's really funny actually.

Anyways, yay! The lady with the crazy hair is Bobby Janelle, but she's not a big fan of her name, she she normally goes by 'Vixen'. Yes, her daughter's name is Oscar for whatever reason. Also, I have actually seen people that suck so bad at cooking, they can burn cold cereal, so her not being able to cook a bag meal isn't too outrageous I guess?
Also, who would make ravioli with basil? It makes more sense to make it with the pesto... but then again basil sauce doesn't sound to great either, maybe the company that makes and labels those food products should instead say "ravioli that includes basil", so it seems like something other than just basil is in them ravioli. but I'm just ranting.

Gonna try and get the next page worked on ASAP, I'm thinking about putting in paper work to legally? take a couple extra days off next week so I can have the extra time to change the catalytic converter in my Jeep anyway, so hopefully I'll be able to get a page done too.


@Doomy: Lmao! Run, or you'll never see your friends and fam- oh! Er... your friends again!

@Skweeee: Ooooo styappit! You're embarrassing me!
But on a serious note. Thank you for the compliment, I'm glad that last panel looks like something, I thought I might have went a little overboard with the detail there.

@Confettirainbowpony: Yeah it sucks, I mean, at least it's not difficult. Literally babysitting a gaggle of self claimed adults, but it would be nice if we weren't reminded of how we're there for nothing. At least they have booze. But pfft! You don't have to apologize, it's not too bad, I just complain like it is and I psyche myself out.
Lol you silly person, Julian's never free as long as Matt still lives in town. He'll track him down eventually, like one of those cheesy safari hunters with the cartoony elephant guns.

@lirvilas: Oh yeah, we get paid salary, which is nice. They just like to emphasis that fulltimers don't get paid for working the days the partimers come in, my work is a pain like that, but I can't complain too much because we get to party and drink booze at least one day a week. Depends on how many people retire in that month.
Thank you for the comment! I'm still glad that it looks like something.

@joeyballast: Thank you! Depending on how much is going on in a page, it takes between 16 to 26 hours... at least that's what I got when I decided to time a few, and it's all traditional (prisma and micron pens). I'm kind of impatient when it comes to digital, ironically enough. <_<

Oh wow, thank you! I love noses, they're so gristly, yet so smooshy. I never actually thought of my character's noses being that interesting, but I'm happy you do!
It definitely takes a while to get the hang of, lots of photo portrait and people observation. I still need to get into the mooshy and broken looking noses like my grandpa's, those ones have stories attached to them, I tell ya! You'll get the hang of making them awesome, the noses of your character's are already pretty great.


Skweeee 21st Jan 2015, 8:00 PM edit delete reply
Ooooo! This Bobby character is absolutely beautiful!!!

I hope that no one at your work reads your Author Notes... :(
Confettirainbowpony 22nd Jan 2015, 3:33 PM edit delete reply
Bloomer, you so bad!! Lol (I'd have done the same thing. >_>;) hope you get your days off! I wanna know who's at the door! :P I really like these two! ^_^
bejjinks 22nd Jan 2015, 10:01 PM edit delete reply
I'm one of those people who has trouble cooking. I can make cold cereal but following the instructions on a so-called pre-made dinner and I end up making soup.