The second sentence I got had the word â€œcockroachâ€ in it. I corrected the sentence and, just for fun, I quickly drew a goofy-looking bug on the clear overlay. I heard the teacher give a slight snicker just before she placed it on the overhead projector and the class laughed as well.
…It wasnâ€™t until I started drawing the bug the way I drew him in my sketch book (engaged in random little moments) that the strip finally began to take shape. I loved the look of the strip and the sense of humor felt natural. Bug went live on October 19th, 2009 and I couldnâ€™t have been happier with the results. Bug has received an amazing amount of great feedback and positive reviews….
Fun webcomics don’t have to have amazingly detailed art. They don’t need to have a long continuity and back story. They don’t always need to make sense.
Bug makes some sense – the bug are characters in the strip. The characters just happen to be bugs. The art is simple, yet enjoyable. More complex than the likes of XKCD, but not by much. Don’t get me wrong this is not a simple one note gag strip.
There are points to these, they make you think about your laugh, before you will!
With a variation of subjects from relationships:
To Robot holocaust
You never know what you are going to get from one day to the next.
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