Round 3on July 24, 2012 at 12:00 am
(Warning: boring crap about the comic’s formatting ahead)
I tried drawing today’s comic using a few small uniform-density brushes. Trying to color inside of the thin lines was quite the pain; I miss the good ol’ days back when I didn’t give a damn about staying inside the lines.
Color aside, I really like the way this one turned out. As a matter of fact, here’s a slightly larger uncolored version of today’s strip, that shows these lines off a lot better.
I really should consider enlarging the comic to show off some of the smaller details, though that means I’ll probably have to go back and resize the other 250+ strips prior. That’ll be a fun project for a rainy weekend…
For some reason I like the style. It kinda pops out ya know?
Yellow said something remarkably intelligent. odd.
Snuh, I donno about you but I keep MY bees with fire.
Give um that smoked flavor, mmmm yummy.
A lot of sound effects in this comic end in -uh.
“Snuh” is one of my favorites sound effects, thanks to Kyatt.
Yeah this style is nice..
Awesome idea! Think I’ll try that next time in a fight! 😀
there are programs that let you batch-resize images! I used that for my comic once.
This style is interesting.. it’s .. I think it’s definitely ‘better’ but before it was more distinct. Hmm.. I dunno.
Either way I always use fill bucket because fuck staying inside the lines manually.
Probably because of the size of the comic I prefer the more varied line sizes. I come here for the zaniness though so it won’t affect much in the long run.
yellow scienceman’s face in the last panel is one of the most incredible things i’ve seen in this comic thus far
This is one of my favorite recent strips. The punchline seems to hit into the heart of Beeserker’s internal “logic.”