I made a video.
I don't even know why.
For those of you who don't know, I have been training my non-dominant (left) hand for quite some time, in the hope that I will one day be ambidextrous. It has been an interesting journey.
Also, if you don't know what Get Fuzzy is, GO READ IT, NOW.
I got a request for some Pearls Before Swine:
You should be reading this strip, as well.
(And speaking of left-handed drawing, this is a peculiar coincidence)
While I have been patiently waiting for some awesome person (yes, YOU!) to invite me to Dribbble, I have been pondering alternative methods to display my design work on the internet. Only today did I realize that I can just pretend my blog is Dribbble.
So, here is a shot of my latest school project— a redesign of Eye of the Hawk Select Ale:
The Bored and Insane mobile site has officially launched! Bookmark the blog on your iphone homescreen and feast your eyes on the new webclip icon!
Grab your nearest mobile device and check it out:
Oh, and let me know if anything is broken. I created and edited quite a bit of CSS code to get this to work— both for the mobile site and the full site— so there is a good chance that something went horribly wrong somewhere.
I've been having difficulties with Disqus syncing for awhile, and I'll be doing some major troubleshooting in the next couple days. So if you're leaving an extended critique of my work and the comment system starts acting inexplicably retarded, it's probably because I've fucked up the code really, really badly.
Come back in a few days, and you should have no trouble posting disparaging insults all over my blog posts.
Update May 2012:
I completed scrapped Disqus and just customized Blogger's native comment system. Now I don't have to worry about syncing at all!
So, remember how I was leaving passive-aggressive notes around my apartment in an ongoing effort to promote cleanliness?
It turns out I might have a protegé:
Hey guys, I made some desktop backgrounds based off my Cracked infographics.
Put them on your computers. Put them on your friends computers. Print them out and glue them to the walls of your lavishly decorated mansions:
At the very least, print them out and use them as toilet paper.
I create a lot of random little things— see more on my artwork page.