Doolies complained when she saw this horrible. She said my horribles did not bleed red blood. Looking back through my crop of Horribles, I found two bloody doodles (that's clearly not enough, something I plan to rectify in the near future), (now) conveniently tagged with Blood. In the first one, we see that the blood is indeed flesh (or David-Horrible) colored. In the second one, we see the more traditional red blood (although it's arguable whether that is Horrible blood or dragon blood). What does this all mean? Absolutely nothing, or in other words, I had too much time to write this.
I received my early birthday present from the Doolies on Tuesday. In my About section (which I won't correct until after NAIS, the New And Improved Sewcrates.com), I lament about not having a Cintiq monitor/tablet to bring my doodling to the next level. Well, the Doolies broke down and spent too much moneys on the David. I am now the proud owner of a brand new Cintiq 20WSX (disregard the price--I'm worth it!). I created my first three doodles on it over the last two days. I'm still setting up the very useful buttons, but already my detail work has greatly improved. We just finished watching an anime, and I'm very much looking forward to creating my anime Horrible this week.
I'm now expecting my audience to grow two fold. With my newly acquired skill (of which nobody will see for probably another month as I work through my queue), I'll, well, do something. Maybe draw doodles.
I came across this very apt comic at one of my daily Video Game stops. I immediately sent it to the Doolies. It is very apt: Doolies and I pick the same classes when we play RPGs: Doolies is the warrior, and I'm the wizard. Just look through my version of events. (On second thought, perhaps you shouldn't. Tim Buckley, the artist/writer of Ctrl+Alt+Del, is what they call an "artist." I'm what's known as a "hack.")
I apologize for the excessive linking today. I don't know what came over me.