Yup, the poster for Ron Howard’s upcoming movie The Heart of the Sea was maybe the inspiration for this comic.
Posts Tagged ‘maritime’
This comic strip is best consumed along with some horrible canned food on the side. Also, here’s some news tidbits: 1.) It’s vacation time over here at Optipess Studios – so I will be taking a bit of a break over the next few weeks. Fear not, I plan to return to the regular schedule […]
Hey, reader! My vacation is sort of over, so here’s a brand new Cthulhu comic for you to gaze at. I hope the old comics posted in the past weeks were tolerable substitutes for new stuff while I was away. Also, I got some very generous donations recently, so thanks for that! Each and every […]
Ah, here’s a summery comic, just for you! I think this one was inspired by the classic Amiga/PC game Populous, actually (…and definitely not the Madonna movie.)
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!
Introducing the ‘cthulhu’ tag! I may have another strip in the pipeline featuring everyones favorite Great Old One, although it will probably be saved for a certain upcoming international prank day. (Also, I saw the modern silent film The Call of Cthulhu as “research” for this strip. Highly recommended for any Lovecraft fan.)
Oh hey, here’s a comic strip! Observant readers will notice that this is a “remake” of some sort of this strip from last year. Basically I wanted to update that one with the “new” technique I used for the more recent strips “Bad Girl” and “Horror of the Sea”. And with some free time over […]
Voila, another one of these woodcut attempts! This one makes me want to buy a bathtub and cram it into my apartment somewhere – probably the living room. Either there or on my balcony.
I had a lot of fun drawing this one, I hope you like it! This was my third attempt at making a strip in this engraved “woodcut” style, and I’m definitely the most pleased with this one. You can check out my previous attempts here and here.
Well then, here’s a new comic strip. I think this one might be a result of me playing Bioshock 2 for hours on end, even though I guess the only thing these two things have in common is… well, water.