Caveat emptor! Not all pole dancing clubs are alike!
For those who aren’t on my mailing list, I’ve started running a web-comic, Trouble Down Pit.
The reason for this is simple: I just haven’t got enough time at the moment to produce animations on anything like the regular basis that I would like, so this way I can do a few panels in an hour or three and put something online that relieves the pressure of ideas-build-up in my head. Seriously, it can get quite painful if I don’t do anything about it. The doctor says I might explode. There’d be bits of Mata spread over a radius of precisely 1.4 miles, and you wouldn’t want that would you?
The comic will be updated every Monday and Friday, including a little bit of bloggy stuff beneath it. I’ll be keeping this blog running for ‘general cool stuff’ and the comic blog will often be more related to the comics or media.
A friend from a message boarb, HappyToast has done a picture of me as a zombie:
Isn’t it grand?
Surely I’m not the only person who thought that this year’s ladies final was a bit bizarre: a fictional elf versus the kid from The Sixth Sense. Weird.
Pointless trivia: I couple of years ago I got an email from a friend of Haley Joel Osment. Apparently Osment likes my site, which is nice to know.
I’ve made another site!
It’s like StickScene, except there puns and visual puzzles instead of films. There’s 30 to play at the moment, but more are being added every day. If you like it then please pass the link on to your friends!
Also, if you can think of any puns or puzzles that you can illustrate then feel free to add them to the site. If you have a StickScene login then that will work on PunScene too.
Alien v.s Bread-eater!
You’d think I would’ve noticed that when taking the shot.
Emos of the animal world.
Ghandi attacked Victorian London.
It’s covered up in the history books though.
And she’s chewing on Glinda, the Good Witch of the North!
Oh, and there’s loads of new puzzles over on http://www.StickScene.com too!
Yes, it’s been quiet around here lately hasn’t it? I’ve got a few things going on:
I’m finishing my thesis on Monday next week
I’ve been putting the finishing touches on http://www.stickscene.com
I’ve got two clients’ websites to build
Yep, I’m definitely a busy bunny!
So, about the new site, the premise is that people have to guess the film/TV series name from a simplified version of a poster, DVD box art, or a scene. Have a look on there to see what’s been made so far to get the idea.
Currrently there are a couple of bits of coding to add, but I could do with more content so I’m hoping people on here might be able to help.
Basically, you create an account using the ‘join’ menu option, then you can use the ‘submit puzzle’ menu option to create new puzzles for the site. When you’re creating a new puzzle, please check the details on http://www.imdb.com !
The best system of making the pictures I’ve found so far is to put the original image on one layer and then draw lines and sample the colours on layers over it. Personally I use Flash to make the pictures, but I’ve seen ones made in Photoshop or even Micro$oft Paint!
ALL IMAGES CAN ONLY BE UPLOADED IN .JPG FORMAT! This is due to the code involved in the watermarking feature.
After you have had five images approved then you can add a picture to your profile, and after ten you can add a link to a website. This will appear under your puzzles, hopefully giving you exposure to thousands of people every day! Hurrah!
This is still beta-test stuff, so if you have problems please let me know. There’s a forum on there too, which is a good place to post any comments that you have, http://www.stickscene.com/forum/ .