Between the day job and side projects, I do a great deal of software development.
For years, I've rambled on to both my friends about the various adventures I have writing code, and watched as their eyes glaze over. Apparently, the class files that I write aren't as thrilling to others as they are to me. So rather than look at their stupid faces with their even stupider rolling eyes, I thought I would write a dev blog and through the magic of the Internet, share my stories with the world.
But as I sat at the keyboard, I realized that I'm not that verbose. I'm just not. Even in person, most of my comments are just sarcastic one-liners. As a person, I'm simply not full of that much substance.
Lucky for me, I do have one skill: filling space with doodles. Not good doodles, but large enough ones to fill a page. And thus, my comic blog was born!
Okay, maybe not born. But conceived? That just sounds gross... The point is that it's on the way.
I'll be reusing the same art in the interest of speed. In addition to not being very verbose, I'm also not that fast as an artist. I know in my heart of hearts that the only way I'll be able to crank these out on a regular basis is if it takes as little time as possible. After all, I want this comic to keep tabs on my current projects-- not take time away from them.
I will have updates in the coming weeks. In the meantime, I thought I would share with you a preview of what i'm talking about. I do this not only to keep you in the loop, but to lower expectations before I get myself into trouble.