I'm so meta, even this acronym
Credit to XKCD for the title.
So long story short, in my mind, I feel like I'm just being lazy with the comic. So I decided to do something about it. I decided to make a comic. Then this happened.
And yeah, I know this isn't plumbing-related, but this archive is for the story of my life. Whelp... welcome to my life :P
So let's start typing, and see what happens. Yep... not thinking more than about 3 words ahead of where I am right now.
Pretty good drink I made for myself just now. Iced-tea and vodka type of thing. Quite refreshing. Got music playing in the background. Lady Gaga it seems at the moment. It's on Google radio, it just plays... whatever. Seriously, that shit's about the only way I'll pay for music. 7 bucks a month, and access to like... all music? Hells yeah, fuck CD's and buying MP3's. That's called 'rip the audio from a Youtube video, it's not crazy-awesome quality, but it's through a laptop speaking in an apartment, what am I expecting?' It's a long name.
That said, I've been trying to ponder what kind of name the Trabnagians might give Crocomire Huntah. All the previous names had an obvious theme, and it's rather safe to assume that Croc-boy's will follow the same. Hmmmmm. Something to ponder, something to ponder.
And I DO love a good pondering. I could kick back and spend an entire day, music or not, just staring at the sky, pondering, pontificating, other "p" words that I could look up on thesaurus.com. I just love thinking of things. And then when I come up with something really *good*, I run with it. Fuck however many steps it'll take to get there, I'll cross those bridges when I get to them. If there is an objective, achieve the objective. That's basically how I made my first chainmaille shirt. I wanted a shirt, so I bought a spool of wire, an eye-bolt, drilled a hole in it, pulled out my pair of nippers, and started twisting wire around the eye-bolt. And then a shirt happened.
I REALLY have to get around to posting pictures of the new shirt. I think I posted it to Facebook a while ago, but I don't think I really tried, it wasn't quite done yet. Still a bit off, it pinches a bit in the shoulders. Gotta loosen up a few rings, add an expansion or two into there. Figure I'll do that next time I have an opportunity to wear it out again. Or maybe I'll just wear it to the mall some day. Did that with the other shirt, it was kinda fun. I figure most people don't see something like that every day, give them something different to look at. I like trying to break people out of their routine, if only in some tiny, minuscule way that might only put a smirk on their face for but a moment. Like stomping out 'Have a nice day' in giant letters in the snow? I LOVE doing shit like that. I'm smiling like a cat eating guts the entire time I'm tromping around, sweating like a pig. Because I know that at least one person is gonna see that, and smile. Hell, I've had people call out to me and wish me a nice day when I'm out there. I've caught that once anyway, and a few people taking pictures. I dunno, I might be missing a lot, I usually have headphones on, and since that happens in winter, am ridiculously bundled up with my ears also covered with like... 3 layers of material.
Wow, I went off on a tangent there. Well, that's enough for now, I'll try making another comic sometime soon, and see what happens again. I like trying things and seeing what happens.
Ok girl, it's been a while. Just go make a comic. C'mon, you know the drill. Just follow the routine, and see what happens. Nothing's gonna happen until you take at least one 'step' towards making a comic.
There ya go. Like a well-oiled machine, follow the steps. Open Paint, open the blank comic template, just run with the first thing that comes to mind.
Alright, almost there. Aaaand blank comic is open. Alright. What's the next step. Ok, open the sprite folder. Aaaaaaaand go.
Aaaaand now to select one.
*scroll* *scroll* *scroll* *scroll*
Basically everything was designed by Nintendo, who I'm hoping still let me keep doing my thing. It's a parody. And free. Did I mention they're awesome too?
Comics, ideas, etc, etc owned by me, blah, blah, legal crap. Look, just don't be a jerk, and it's all good. I'm pretty easygoing, and really don't care all that much... just don't go impersonating me and we're cool.