February 29th, 2016

Happy leap year, everybody! We won't have this day again for four more years, so be sure to make it count!

Geez, Billy's a little psychotic in this one. I think it's funny, though.

February 27th, 2016

Wouldn't it be amazing if humans could photosynthesize? That would solve so many problems.

February 25th, 2016

A zombie apocalypse could happen at any time. You never know.

Also, fun fact: Billy likes the color purple.

February 23rd, 2016

Aaghgh, this is a cheesy joke. Looking back on it, I should have gotten rid of Billy's last sentence ("I just said it was lemon"). That would have made it so much more bearable. But it's not a huge deal.

February 21st, 2016

If you'll notice in the fourth panel, there is shading composed of vertical lines. I use that style of shading whenever something dark or angry happens in the strip. Go ahead and look through the older strips; try and see how many times I've used it!

February 19th, 2016

It's hard for me to truly grasp these words, given how many seconds I spend at a drawing table scribbling away, hehe.

February 15th, 2016

You could have an entire community of spiders scuttling about down there, and you'd never know. Have fun sleeping tonight.

There's a certain Calvin and Hobbes strip this one is partially based on. You can see it here. I think it's funny to abruptly cut to a late-night view like that.

February 11th, 2016

For the first eight panels, I made different-colored light coming from the TV screen (which is actually pretty hard to do). I tried to make these colors reflect the emotions being conveyed at the time. For panels five and six, the color of light is red, representing Billy's anger. In panel seven, it's a more goldfish color, representing Billy's greed / Pete's confusion. The other ones I'll leave you to interpret.

February 9th, 2016

Jeez, the setup for this strip is dumb. Like, why would Pete want to make a diorama out of a crusty old box for absolutely no reason? It's the most random scenario ever! Not to mention that the joke's not too funny, but whatever. They can't all be winners.

February 7th, 2016

This strip was drawn shortly after school started this year. Harley's line in the last panel is  how I was feeling at the time. I only completely realize how much I dislike doing something after I haven't done it for a long time.

On a different note, if you'll look at Harley's book, you may notice it's title is "Jimbo McGee." This is named after a short animated loop I made with my friends one time, featuring a strange man named Jimbo McGee. So now you know that.

February 5th, 2016

We have a toad in our house that has lived in a tank for several years. It's just been him, alone, with nothing to do but eat crickets and roam around his little environment. He was the inspiration for this strip, although it's often hard to tell whether or not he really cares.

February 3rd, 2016

This one was an experiment to see how fast I could draw a strip. I drew it up in about twenty minutes. That surprised me, seeing as the average strip I draw takes about 45-50 minutes to complete. Even more surprising was the fact that this strip is practically the same quality as my other ones. So I don't know if I'm just a procrastinator when I usually draw or what.

February 1st, 2016

Originally, Harley's line in the last panel was "So you'd never see me coming." I thought that didn't make a whole lot of sense, but I couldn't think of a better line so I just started to draw the strip anyway. But right before I wrote Harley's line, I thought of a different one, which is the one you see here. I don't know if it's as funny, but it makes more sense, which is what matters more for me.

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