I haven’t really made comics in the last few months because April - June has a lot of my friends and family’s birthdays in it, and I’ve been spending time making some cards. I just wish that I could make as good of a card as I envision in my head. Usually what happens is this:
I need to hurry up and make a standard birthday card I can just print and sign and use for anyone. I’ve been meaning to make a B.B. Tin one, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet. I had trouble drawing cakes (not as bad as the above comic), but now that I have had a little more practice, I guess there’s no reason I shouldn’t be able to make one now. We’ll see.
“I’ve never been one for meeting new people, or doing new things. Or eating new types of food. Or traveling outside of southern Indiana. I’ve had the same haircut since 1978, and I’ve driven the same car since 1991. I’ve used the same wooden comb for three decades. I have one bowl. I still get my milk delivered by horse. But you and Leslie like to hold hands, and jump off of cliffs together, into the great unknown. You two have a good relationship. I don’t personally know what that’s like, but, I’m given to understand it means you’re gonna land on your feet.”—