Feb.25.12 at 05:04 am
Walking away in the realm of the damned is really not as easy as it is here.
Feb.22.12 at 06:42 pm
Pretty burnt out due to some major releases with my job combined with the convention over the weekend. A good time was had at AoD, don't get me wrong, but it was thorough work out.
Feb.14.12 at 02:33 am
Hey, oh. As a reminder, Three Panel Soul will be at AoD this weekend.

We have a couple panels; 1-2pm Saturday, 3Ps social panel.
12-1pm Sunday, I have a panel about the game I work on, Spiral Knights.

Most of the rest of the time, we'll be parked at a table in the dealers room, shooting the shit. We've gotten a lot less socially awkward over the years of doing these conventions, so it's totally fine if you want to stop and chat. I promise not to blankly stare back at your attempts at interaction.
Feb.07.12 at 11:17 am
This comic owes a debt to the many horse_ecomics that have come before. To learn about them, or to learn about horse_ebooks, you can read these articles at The Daily Dot and The New York Times.
Jan.31.12 at 03:49 am
No comic this week. Work has me pretty dang busy. Pushing the polygons till the wee hours lately.

In the mean time, I've posted a couple doodles from my iPad. Last October, I picked up one as a guilty present to myself. I've been fascinated with the little devices as a digital sketch pad for some time, and I wasn't disappointed, either. Equipped with a Bamboo Stylus and a copy of Sketchbook Pro, it's served as quite the little idea recorder.

Mind you there are draw backs. No pressure sensitivity being a big one. While I've heard of software breakthroughs from 2010 that allowed for such things, it seems no one grabbed a hold of it. Guess there's always the iPad3. The other issue I have is with Sketchbook itself. The canvas size is set to a scant 768x1024. Blarg.

I stick with SB though because of its gesture based hot-keys and customizable GUI. Having the program keep up with your stream of drawing is vital to successful doodling. You can't keep up a good flow of ideas if you have to stop every 30 seconds to find the tool you need or to undo a step. (Learn your hot-keys!)

Lastly; I have to say, few things make me grin like Giant Bomb quicklooks. I highly recommend everyone should try some.
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