Beartato Gets Nostalgic Too Easily, 2014
Galaga is a comic based on the video game from the 80s that is written by me and drawn by Chris Hastings and Anthony Clark! Today it posted comic #100 which happens to be THE VERY LAST GALAGA COMIC EVER. So if you haven’t been reading, start here and keep clicking next until you are sated!
Thanks to everyone who has been reading along with this - it’s been lots of fun! It was awesome to make comics with Anthony and Chris: it’s something I’d wanted to do for years. Years!
You should read this fun comic
Of course… why would anyone not be allowed to draw dogs on Tuesdays?
I should point out once more that I did not invent Draw a Dog Tuesdays and I don’t really know more about it than anyone else. I just started occasionally drawing dogs on Tuesdays because my friends Brian and K.C. did it and I like them and I like dogs and drawing.
The View From Your Window on a Foggy March Morning and Beartato is in Your Yard, 2014
I used this tutorial to learn how to do the special effects for this drawing.
Yeah, that’s fine. I don’t mind if people use my stuff as avatars. In fact, here are some free avatars anyone can use:
Things are coming to a climax, so if you haven’t been reading Galaga, now is a great time to start!
Not yet! They’re still fun, whenever I can come up with an idea. Anyway, I mostly answered this one so I could post this “tiny judge:”
Aside from the fact that they’re a tall blue-ish bird and a short brown mammal, there aren’t that many similarities. The humor styles are totally different. It’s not that big a deal.
I hope he liked his painting!
This is beautiful
Super Kawaii Fun Time Adventure
There is now: http://nedroidcomics.tumblr.com/tagged/davis
I think I’ve posted a lot more Davises on Twitter, but they’re much harder to find there.
I don’t have anything planned but I suppose anything is possible. Maybe Davis can co-star in a Beartato comic which is really just a concealed spinoff for his own series, “Hotel Davis,” where Davis runs a hotel and every week he helps a celebrity guest solve a mystery. It will be critically acclaimed and win several awards for a few seasons, then it will settle into mediocrity for a while before eventually becoming just offensively bad. Meanwhile I, having become filthy rich off licensing deals (Davis bike handlebars, Davis-flavored toothpaste, etc.), will manage my money very poorly and end up with nothing but a closed Denny’s restaurant, which I will rename to Davis’s. I’ll invite my friends for a free meal, but all of them will be busy that day. It turns out, however, that they’re not busy; it’s just that hanging out with me makes them sad.
But like I said, I don’t have anything planned.