Crayonson October 18, 2011 at 12:00 am
It just occurred to me that the Beeserker’s crayon drawings are all sorts of scribbles, yet its handwriting is still as rigid as the text in its speech bubbles. There’s a perfectly good explanation for this, and I’ll let you know what it is as soon as I come up with it.
explanation = It has text and font wired into it’s programming, but you can’t program art.
Food for thought…what computer process is at work when Beeserker is drawing an object that is merely shaped like a letter?
I keep reading those Ds as Bs… “I brew a thing” … “Raccoons + babbies” and so on.
Sciencemen are little babbies.
I read it as “Raccoons + Baddies” at first. It’s less… evil that way, if you think about it.
I suppose it might depend on what he used as a template with which to base the drawing on. Drawing it based on something he compares it to,a letter, or drawing it based on sight.
Maybe his eyes just work that way… they see the world in scribbles.
I don’t usually draw with crayons but when I do, I draw with the crayons I keep in my Handsome Lil’Centaur brand cigarette pack.
Stay creative my friends.
Not sure if baddies or daddies. :I
His “B”s are a bit different from the “D”s.