I’m aiming to start a new fetish. Robots with pastries stuck to their sexy metal frames. Anyone titillated?
This week all the cool kids will be in San Diego at Comic-con. I’m kinda bummed to be missing it. Trying not to think about it too much but then I see something so awesome that I can’t help feeling a surge of disappointment. It’s not the awesome people I wont get to say hi to like Dave McKean, Amanda Palmer or Neil Gaiman…sure they rock and all but I’ll live. What’s killing me is missing out on this free reversible zombie t-shirt from the Resident Evil gaming folks. Pure Awesome. For you lucky bastards attending Comic-con, just drop by the Capcom booth and get yours.
Yesterday, I joined Facebook which is already sucking up way too much time so I’m regretting it a bit. At the same time, it seems way more useful and friendly than anything else so I guess I’m staying. Facebook/calanree is what I have but I’m told I should now make some sort of fan thing for GingerDead and Friends. Another account to manage? Blah. But I’ll do it, if its something people might want or maybe it’s a page that I create and connect to my main account? Idk. I’ll have to look into it I guess.
I’ve added some more illustrated jewelry to the etsy store and just got finished photographing a bunch more to add this week so keep checking back.
When the artwork came to mind for this week’s comic, I just wasn’t feeling a haiku. I liked the idea of leaving it just titled like a serious fine art piece. Hehe. However, I’m pretty certain you guys will come up with haiku that will make me wish I had done one afterall. At any rate, I’ll enjoy reading them so by all means haiku comment away!
Rough guideline to haiku for new readers – 3 lines: 5 syllables, 7 syllables and 5 syllables respectively. For examples, just hit the back button or archives as this webcomic is filled with haiku comics and haiku reader comments.
See you next week,