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December 21, 2014
Merry Christmas
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...since the ink is not refilable. So, yeah.

*Never Lost is not a garantee.
Possibly comming: the GPS Tracked Pen!

December 14, 2014
Return of the One Horse Power Sleigh

I just really wanted to make a SuperUltraMega version.

This drawing is inspired by the "Good Mythical Morning"
episode where they taste compare COSTCO brand products
against brand name products, followed by them then mixing
the COSTCO products into a smoothing and tasting that.

Thumbnail image; click to see full-size image.

December 7, 2014
Alternate Versions

Some random conversation turned into this.

November 30, 2014
lovebird approved

The lovebirds helped me with this one.
That tear wasn't drawn - it's from an actual,
lovebird created tear! I just transformed that
part into a drawing on the computer.

November 29, 2014
Direct (pipe)line.

Yeah, they don't have one at the store.
...but I can see it being totally useful!

November 23, 2014
Picture Purpose

Here is another old one for all of you.

Yeah, they have one at the store. Not sure how it works, as
anyone with a mobile phone or one of many other small, mobile
eloctronics, likely has a camera these days. How would you stop
them from taking pictures? Confiscate, charge, or kick out?
I bet they are not alowed to these days!

November 22, 2014
High tempature?

I found a couple older comics that I didn't share, so I'll get them out of the way.
Do mind, they are before I figured out what format and sizes to normaly use.

Anyways, yes, there is a thermostat at work, placed high up. Dunno why though.

November 6, 2014
How they roll.

I've uploaded one early since I have been trailing behind.

One is based on a briefcase and the other on a wheeled office chair.
Get it?