Apologies for the late update! It’s still Monday, right..? Even in Australia! (Also, just a head’s up – the update schedule may become a bit more erratic in the coming weeks since I have a couple other exciting and *paying* projects that may take precedence. Everything will be posted here in due time, but I […]
Posts Tagged ‘animals’
For completely inexplicable reasons, this comic took me way longer to draw than anticipated. Also! I will have a neat announcement coming soon, hopefully sometime next week, so stay tuned for that. Hint: It will be especially neat if you’re in desperate need of some Optipess-related apparel to cover your otherwise naked torso…
Yup, every animal in this strip was extensively Googled and researched. Hopefully the weeks and months reading about ostriches and penguins paid off!
Goofiest comic in a while, I guess! Also, it will be the only comic up there for some time, as I’m taking a well deserved (?) vacation for the next few weeks. But fear not, I shall post brand new batches of Bad Comics while I’m away on travels and adventures in exotic* locations! This […]
I almost gave this one the title “Booze Hound”, but I guess it would be too revealing. (Also, it was luckily not as time-consuming to produce as the previous strip. Be sure to click back to the monumental previous entry if you missed it!)
For some reason this is my second comic in about two months featuring knitting punchlines. I have no way of explaining it… I haven’t even knitted since, uh… elementary school. Well, at least now Optipess is fully catered towards an entirely new demographic!
Hello. Here’s a comic I made for your enjoyment purposes. Oh, and I’ve gotten a ton of StumbleUpon traffic these past couple days, so a special greeting goes out to any new visitors, followers and subscribers!
A couple things: 1) Today’s comic is maybe a little bit inspired by the legendary David Lynch. I attended an interview session (and book signing) with him the other day during his stay here in Norway, and while it was over all too quickly, his however brief statements and anecdotes about creativity were truly insightful. […]