I thought I uploaded this on Friday... but I didn't. Enjoy the conclusion of Blindy's confrontation!
Wow. Somehow I completely forgot to put up a bag on Friday. I'm gonna make up for it; I just don't know if it'll be this week.
It was kind of fun drawing this comic. I certainly did some Photoshop to touch up and make words clearer, but you're certainly going to need to click on the image to read it properly. Otherwise you're just hurting your eyes.
And do you guys recognize "Brocklete" and "Maureese's"? The other guy is... I'll come up with a name later.
Hey, this is the third comic to have an exclaimation mark in its title and the fourth to have punctuation! And this is the last bag I'll ever do in colored pencil! I was worried that people would point out that he couldn't erase his eyes if they were drawn in marker, so I did these two in colored pencil. But pencil, in general, is hard to read when scanned in and requires time in Photoshop to make readable and even more time to make sure those edits don't stand out.
*grumble, grumble* It's a full week of school again. But I hope these comics here will cheer some of y'all up. This comic features Blindy and from the get-go, he's already complaining! I hope the rest of you have better co-workers than these bags.
And if you're not already, become friends with Cool Cuts on Facebook!
Actually, today's comic is reminding me of how out of shape I'm in since track and field at high school ended about five months ago. I'll get to the gym on campus - as soon as I finish my dessert and play video games and do homework and sleep... Forget it, I'm just running to class. >_<
One day I didn't quite feel like making a comic and enlisted Gerald, my twin brother, to help make this idea come alive. He has sapped practically all of my drawing skills when it comes to drawing people. I think it's because I spent so much of my time drawing faces and rectangles while he took drawing lessons, but you can never be sure with little brothers...
He also left me a nice note on the back...
This is another one of my first year bags that I packed my lunch in. I used to have a policy that I had to pack my lunch in a bag I would use for a comic... to some how make it "authentic." But laziness and practicality kicked in and I ceased my tradition. But now I have nicer scanned bags that I don't have to Photoshop stains off of! :D