I had five minutes with a digital camera in a room illuminated by one 100 watt light bulb. Apologies for the funny but inevitable shadows, and clicky click for larger size versions.

side profiles!

part of an attempt to draw pages instead of individual strips. they're both equally unfocussed and random, though.

this is all true. Keventers is a tiny bakery near Wengers in Connaught Place.

the second law should sound familiar to fans of The Wire.

heehee

true story.

More tomorrow.

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The Return of the Comic

September 25, 2009

It’s been far too long.

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And a few older ones I’m not sure I ever uploaded:

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Excuses, Excuses

June 3, 2009

I have none this time. I’ve been lazy. I’ve drawn just two the last two weeks. =(

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This new scanner’s a bit geriatric, and seems to see everything placed in its 8×6 eye through a misty white haze. 

Meanwhile, while rooting around the house, I located an old digital tablet somebody seems to have bought for some  presumably important purpose. Trouble is, its missing the pen. Without it, all it does is beep morosely, constantly switching its single LED indicator from green to red. Poor thing.

Room-mate Blues

April 27, 2009

My room-mate left for home today.

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Sigh.

I’m really going to miss this guy. =(

The Quiz, Part 3

April 21, 2009

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The Quiz, Part 2

April 20, 2009

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As per usual, and apologies for the uneven scan quality…I bought a new notebook for the comic, whose binding makes scanning a little difficult.

Clickies for full size.

Mostly an experiment to draw in more background details. I had a bit of trouble maintaining dimensions, so this one ended up like those old Chacha Chaudhary issues with a wildly variable Sabu.

Mostly an experiment to draw in more background details. I had a bit of trouble maintaining dimensions, so this one ended up like those old Chacha Chaudhary issues with a wildly variable Sabu.

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Sigh. Unfortunately all true. And yes, I do use the cellphone with my left hand.

Fun to draw. Funner to colour. Text placement could use a bit of work, though.

Fun to draw. Funner to colour. Text placement could use a bit of work, though.

Three more Comics

March 5, 2009

Why yes, I have been rather productive this last week.

The middle panel in this one didn’t turn out as well as I wanted it to, but I do play the Zelda Item Fanfare in my head whenever I get a plate of momos. It’s true.

And the last panel is also true. The auto was completely empty. No driver, no ethereal aura, nothing. Not even a tractor beam. It just…moved.

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Drawing this next one made me happy: I obsessed over the colouring for a while, and its possibly the most complex one I’ve attempted so far.  The game depicted here is the utterly daft and brilliant Elite Beat Agents, in which, and I’m going to let the official site describe this for you:

The main characters of Elite Beat Agents are members of a fictional government agency responsible for helping those in need. The agents encourage the person through their dancing and the people they assist are instilled with motivation that helps them overcome various obstacles.

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And then there’s this. I quite like this one. It’s also completely true.

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I went to the lovely Corbett Tiger Reserve last week. More detailed post on that a bit later (with pictures!), but I have temporary access to a scanner, so here’s two new comic strips, and the spiffy scans I promised earlier.

Clickyclick for larger size pictures:

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This second one is a bit old, but scanned only now:

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Another old one:

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I should probably create a separate page for the comics, but its a bit of work, so I’ll get around to it eventually. Till then, of course, I can shamelessly pass off these backlogs as new posts. Hooray for procrastination!

#2 and #3

February 16, 2009

Apologies for the quality: lack to access to scanning facilities meant I had to rely on photographs, and my dust-loving Cellphone camera. 

Click for (unhelpful) bigger size versions – nice, spiffy scans as soon as possible, promise. 

 

 

Biting.

My friends have strange ways of showing affection. These include: Biting.

 

 

General flinging. Ultra Violence. (arrow point to 'Fast Moving Object')

General flinging. Ultra Violence. (arrow points to 'Fast Moving Object')

 

...and flinging Mishries*    (* I do this too!)

...and flinging Mishries* (* I do this too!)

 

 

 

I drew the next one for a friend who’s down with Chickenpox (get well soon, A!):

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