Original idea for this comic was: how do Gecko and Tail not disturb one another when they get thirsty in the middle of the night? And then it went a completely crazy direction.
Sorry everyone for the comic delay, but it does come with a funny story. Or not that funny, if you're me. So last Friday I come up with this comic that's about the apocalypse, and I go through the whole routine of sketching it all out and inking in the lines. Then, right when I'm about done finalizing the colours, my drive randomly disconnects. And normally this would be fine, except I save every five seconds when choosing colours because Photoshop crashes whenever it doesn't like my colour choice. Now, saving every five seconds is generally a good thing, except in this case it meant the comic was right in the middle of a save when the drive decided to go for a walk.
.. which corrupted the file, destroying the comic. Whose subject matter was a joke about the apocalypse coming. Sigh.
Anyway, I've now recreated the comic from memory, and the original will simply sit as an unopenable file taunting me with artwork that will never be see again. I hope you're all happy. Oh, and the original comment was going to be something about Tail saving the world again with his awful puns.
Comic idea credited to Snip! This came from yet another late night loopiness talk, and I quickly wrote down the idea before either of us forgot, but now I can't remember the original conversation that triggered it.
Kind of late for this, but Happy Halloween everyone!
Snip has had to listen to me go crazy over this bearded dragon squishmallow for the past few weeks now. And someone very very special might just have managed to get their hands on one for me! Oh boy!
Snip and I are not taste buds. He doesn't like eggplant, I do. In this instance, he is wrong.
Another comic idea credit to Snip! His original thought wasn't quite as strange as this, of course.
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving! Stay safe!
"You are one truly splendiferous coniferous," said Tail, making the tree blush to receive such flattering attention. Neither cared about the fact that it was not, in fact, a coniferous tree.
That was Snip's early morning idea for the last panel, or some of it anyway. In other news, I used my new pizza steel with a new pizza recipe and it turned out amazing! High hydration dough is the way to go!
Snip got me a pizza steel, so I'm currently nursing a few pizza dough babies and hoping they cook up crispy and extra fluffy. Still though, definitely don't name your food.