When I get really really ultra bored (which I am right now), I decide to draw comics. I recently decided that instead of drawing the box they're in myself, just have the printer do it. Which, while that does mean turning on the computer in the den, which isn't really all that horrible, except that you have to press "Enter" really fast because it gives a fan not working warning. Even though it seems to work okay without one. I don't usually work on it for tons of hours at a time like I do on this one, which I keep on all the time in case an urge strikes to work on my projects, which is nearly all the time I'm awake. And even if I go to sleep, I may wake up in the middle of the day to work on it.
So anyway, I made 6 boxes on a 8.5x11 inch sheet of paper. It fits really well. I decided to put the caption in the square rather than print it outside of it on the bottom. This is to give the comic a uniform look when I am looking at a whole bunch of them. It appears that I am the only one who looks at my webcomic which is sad. But it's also sad that I have to wait to die, and I'll never know when I will because I'll be dead. Anyway, the comic now looks like this:
All nice and square. This is my most recent favorite. I remember an old ad: "Bruce Chevrolet, a name you can count on." (Portlanders, remember Bruce holding a kangaroo while saying that?) What other name can you count on? Why, Steve Tenfingers, of course. I'm about to do the one that will be on at Thanksgiving, but I don't have a Thanksgiving-y idea for it, so it may just be a regular one. I've been also making the usual stuff: video games, crossword puzzles, and other stuff.
So now I'll go to my piece of paper and try to finish the thing off. I hear it calling. I have 4 comics on it already.