Comic 14 - TIM 008

6th Dec 2010, 4:09 AM in experiMental Record One
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Average Rating: 5 (6 votes)

Author Notes:

-3- 6th Dec 2010, 1:06 AM edit delete
-3-
Oh, the horror!

Comments:

MadTarnsman 6th Dec 2010, 4:25 AM edit delete
MadTarnsman
There is nothing more horrifying than someone given a desk and paid to be dense.
FFAA 6th Dec 2010, 4:32 AM edit delete
FFAA
hahaah
brilliant, i love your stile, i would love to see some pen & ink of yours
ThornsInOurSide 6th Dec 2010, 5:41 AM edit delete
ThornsInOurSide
Are you trying to get the permit to build a thermonuclear bomb shelter?
-3- 6th Dec 2010, 5:42 AM edit delete
-3-
@Tarnsman - Yeah, it wasn't too bad with the demons and tentacles and such. We didn't cross into horror until the bureaucrat.

@FFAA - It's been a long time since doing any pen & ink. Almost 20 years, i think, since manual illos for the old LOTR game. Probably not any time soon. (Don't even have the tools these days)

@Thorns - What? And let them know i've got one? I don't THINK so!
H3X 6th Dec 2010, 5:46 AM edit delete
H3X
Hehe, see that was funny cause he was all of those things. OK other than short and bald we're arguing over semantics. (that's a stereo type)
moizmad 6th Dec 2010, 1:38 PM edit delete
moizmad
I think he's a piece of undigested meat.
NarcoticVenus 6th Dec 2010, 8:49 PM edit delete
NarcoticVenus
He looks more like a magician than a bureaucrat
-3- 7th Dec 2010, 6:50 AM edit delete
-3-
And i was afraid the bow tie and suspenders would make him look like a timelord...

(I wasn't in the least afraid they'd make him look like a piece of undigested meat. Perhaps i should have been)
Unka John 8th Dec 2010, 3:30 AM edit delete
Unka John
I can definitely see the S. Clay Wilson influence. A little William Burroughs in there as well?
-3- 8th Dec 2010, 11:59 AM edit delete
-3-
I'd think so. (I'm a better shot, though)
steve5555 1st Apr 2011, 5:04 AM edit delete
steve5555
Ok I called Monk on the last strip- desk jockey, same thing.
-3- 1st Apr 2011, 6:14 AM edit delete
-3-
No - There have been monks with whom i've had pleasant experiences and lengthy conversations that were quite stimulating.
And not a one of them would wear a bow tie unless they were dressing up in costume as Jimmy Olsen.