Name Game: Taking Off

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Eight invertebrate reasons of awesome.

WHOOOOOOO PODI PUSS!!!

Akalabeth:

Owlslayer:
Even though it's not a comic, it's still pleasantly amusing :)
I could totally imagine this happening in reality... quite hilarious.
I wish i could draw like that... Actually, i wish i could draw at all. When it's "Owlslayer meets a pencil", then we get some pretty crappy stick-figures...and that only happens on a good day.

Drawing like anything takes practice. It's a developed skill, not a natural talent.

That's half right. It does take practice, a lot of practice, but there are people who start off with more advantage. It's like basketball; you don't have to be tall to play it, but if you are you have a great head start.

OT: Being an artist myself, I always find looking at the sketch work of comic and cartoon art to be more interesting than the finished article due the insight it gives into the way the artist works. Also, great expression on the guy behind; pretty much what I'd look like under similar circumstances.

Owlslayer:

Akalabeth:

Owlslayer:
Even though it's not a comic, it's still pleasantly amusing :)
I could totally imagine this happening in reality... quite hilarious.
I wish i could draw like that... Actually, i wish i could draw at all. When it's "Owlslayer meets a pencil", then we get some pretty crappy stick-figures...and that only happens on a good day.

Drawing like anything takes practice. It's a developed skill, not a natural talent.

Well some do have some natural talent, you know, and learn fast, and some just plain suck. But yeah, everyone can develop their drawing skill by practicing. But a lazy person can dream, can't he?

I'm just saying if you like it, do it. Don't get discouraged. No one's going to be DaVinci in a week if you know what I'm saying. While some people may pick it up more quickly, even those same people still require a lot of work to get to where they are. If you want to improve your drawing, take some classes when you can, and/or devote a few hours a week to just drawing. And most importantly, while it's good to have high expectations to push yourself, it's also good to have a realistic outlook so as to not get discouraged.

Susan Arendt:
Octopassenger must make more appearances in the strip. The pony demands it.

absolutely. d'awwwwwwww hes so cute! squiiiiiiiirrrrr

That confused passenger looks an awful lot like Teller... coincidence?

Is it possible to get a wallpaper version of this particular sketch?

This is probably one of the best strips to date, if you ask me. It's just awesome. XD

I like how the squid is a legitimately funny part of the comic (a squid in a games store? Hilarious!) but isn't being overused. Most comics would take that character and shoehorn it in every other strip until it was unfunny and boring. Good job on keeping things fresh!

theriddlen:
She has three fingers?...

TALI? OHMIGODALOVEYOOUUUUU!

And so it begins...

theriddlen:
She has three fingers?...

TALI? OHMIGODALOVEYOOUUUUU!

What are you talking about? She doesn't.....what the? How the hell do they let actual aliens on board but not shampoo?

Vancouver? Where, what, when?!?

*Enters stalker mode*

They didnt stop him getting on because he didnt look like a terrorist i.e brown

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