The Four Grandmas of the Apocalypse - Advocating a Different Approach to Comics
Alrighty, since it would seem nobody here particularly cares either way, I'm gonna skip to episode three of G.M...
Warning!: As you no doubt can tell already, this is NOT your typical comic, so don't expect it to be anywhere near traditional. I'm not necessarily the only one making comics like this, as thousands of authors have been utilizing similar methods on other forums (listed below the comic), but it is, in all likelihood, completely inappropriate to some of you that I even post it here. But I like change, and I thought I'd share some oddball humor with you all. So just sit back and enjoy 'something completely different' from what you're used to at this site. =D
Oh, and by the way... I have absolutely no clue if you guys love or hate me for my two submissions at this site, but some feedback would really help me out, so I can know if I'm wasting my time here or not, ya know? As in, if any of you are getting any enjoyment from my work. If so, I'll post future creations here; if not, I'll leave this community in peace. Thanks in advance for your input. =)
Anyway, like I said, feel free to share your comments, thoughts, critique, and STD's.
And for all those who might randomly care:
This is a small (but growing) comic series my clan-mate and I have been making and posting for a while elsewhere (places like PHW Comics, FacePunch, etcetera); he came up with most of the ideas, jokes, and script-editing, and I put it into practice by creating the pictures, editing them with a layout, and adding misc. bits I deemed hilarious.
Miscelaneous Notes: To answer any initial questions you may have, this was created using a sandbox modification for the Half-Life 2 engine known only as, "Garry's Mod." I then used the GIMP (a free, open-source photo editing program) to edit the screenshots into comic form. Yes, I've made other episodes; yes they will be posted here in time, and yes there are more on the way.
Thank you--the community--for creating this haven for advocates of comedy and creativity.
Last edited by SquareOFortune; 10-05-2006 at 11:24 PM.
According to the endless seas of comments and chatter on this thread, it would appear that nobody cares one way or the other, so I suppose I'll cease my efforts of humor on this tradionally more serious art-based community, and shall no longer post any further episodes of G.M. on this particular forum. But it was fun while it lasted--minus the lack of communication. Take care everyone. :D