Posted January 9, 2008 at 02:43 pm
*8:35am - Wakes up*

*10:42am - Checks email*

*10:43am - Collects jaw from floor*


Man, that's quite a bit of feed back on the tablets. Thank you. I shall begin going through this at lunch.
Posted January 9, 2008 at 05:46 am
Today's present was a chunk of toilet paper torn from the roll and dragged into the bed. It was adorable and gross.
Posted December 29, 2007 at 06:37 pm
Son of a...

Got up today and the first thing I did was open my computer. Cat jumps up and steps on the keyboard. Blue screen of death.

The error I got was it said the hall.dll was gone or corrupt. Transplant the HD to Jes's computer and I find out that the whole damn Windows folder is gone. Not hidden or protected, gone.

My luck it's a virus. Reguardless, first the tablet issues, now I'm just completely out of commission.
Posted December 29, 2007 at 06:52 am
Pen found!

Originally I wanted to have a long winded quest dialog being spouted by the blue one. But I figure any words would only detract from the simple comic.

I did this comic because I recently finished that game. Filled my Morrowind urges quite well. Went the soldier route. I'm sure my past would show that as unsurprising. So this made the game rather easy.

Enthusiastic thumbs up on this one. My gripes are limited, such as how the controls for the Mako were annoying and the damned B button kicks you out of the universe map. (If you have interacted with that gorgeous map, you know what I'm talking about) I also was shocked to be treated to a satisfying ending. I guess Assassin's Creed left me wounded and expecting to be hurt again... Damn that was a shitty way to end that.

I'm sure if Matt had the urge he could give you a far more in depth view of the game, being I basically treated it as a shooter with character building.
Posted December 17, 2007 at 07:29 am
*grumble*
Posted December 10, 2007 at 04:19 am
Easily the best 1200 Job Points I've ever spent.

Some comics aren't amusing to everyone. In this case, I know 3 people that will get this joke total. For the rest, enjoy some stupid faces.

So over the last month I've been coming to a realization. I've stopped furthering my art skills. This bothers me to know end. It seems since I left school, I've stopped searching out new art styles and studying them. Sure my technical and detail skills have jumped leaps and bounds, but it feels like I lack a base, or something more fundimental that prevents my work.

This came up when I noticed how much I was getting frustrated trying to get what was in my head on paper. At first I thought it was my tools at fault. While that may be a factor, I think my problem is more personal. So I've decided to start working on this. I think my biggest fear now, is that I will fail.

So now I'm once again collecting art. Particular ones close to my own style so that I have a starting point. The problem is that this won't be a fast process. So my frustration will continue. So emo-Ian will continue to be emo. =_=

Till next post.
Posted November 26, 2007 at 05:35 am
...On my vacation I played through Assassin's Creed. So, uh, did I not get an ending with my copy? Yes I watched through the credits.

I had fun with the game despite some of it's questionable choices in game play, but still...That's the ending? I'd expect that kind of ending from Halo 2.

*grumbles* I'm gonna go play some Rock Band. Crazy-Hobo-Ian Rock Band avatar, time for you to play some guitar.
Posted November 26, 2007 at 03:34 am
I've been living here in SF for almost two years now. Yet today was the first time I had ever been to the Ocean. Seen it for that matter. I got to tag along with Matt and his parents, and we went beach hopping. Got to watch a wave take out Matt. Of course I then decided it would be smart to wade out into the water. Let me just say, once you get over the hypothermia, it's not that bad.
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