Posts Tagged ‘holiday’
On humid summer days not even the Avengers can save children from hot baseball fields … A different superhero is needed!
MG: It was nice to see an old friend drop by. Just that day I got Engima’s greatest hits — go figure!
Conrad has the heart of an artist who forces us to think about our reality, but if you’ve got to start small then he’s starting teeny-tiny!
REMINDER: I posted a (new entry) in “doug’s art blog” about the concept of plagiarism in comics. You can read the first 3 pages of the 5-page story. It’s intended to help future or existing webcomic artists understand the slippery nature of copyright infringement.
Lizzy loves a good conversation … especially when it’s someone else’s!
*** I spent WAY too much time trying to figure out the correct way to write “nosey” or “nosy” so the punchline “earsy” or “earsey” would not look confusing to the reader. I ended up with “nosy” and “earsy.” I just hope readers saw the word “earsy” and wondered what it meant, instead of a play on “nose” and “ear.”
It appears Conrad and Holiday may be setting unrealistic expectations for Nick the mechanic.
PS: All the kids here at Treewiddle Elementary School give a big “shout-out” to 6-year old Micaela!