Closing out the scans is one of the many asspulls I did back when I was in Physics/Chemistry that I got full credit for.
MAYBE IT’S FOR THE BEST THAT I SWITCHED MAJORS
now that im in the space mood i’d like to remind each and every one of you that NASA drew a dick on mars. we drew a dick on another planet. that is mankind’s legacy.
THIS IS AN ACTUAL PHOTO OF THE SURFACE OF MARS. PLEASE NEVER FORGET THIS.
Neat! I considered using those (and cotton balls) before and was afraid they’d leave fibers, but if they’re good enough for the sultan of Eltingville, it’s gotta beat using my thumb or middle finger outta laziness!
Things that SHOULD excite Max:
- Roller coasters
- Meeting the president
Things that DO excite Max:
- New brush pen in the mail
The cartridges are just cylinders of plastic that are punctured by the feed, not the weird, spongy ones. In any case, I use Winsor & Newton Black Indian drawing ink, which is absolutely incredible but for the fact that it’s shellac-based… so it’ll clog the ever-loving shit out of any fountain or brush pen, and is a huge pain in the ass to clean because it’s not water-soluble.
If that stuff came in any portable package I don’t think I could handle the ceaseless orgasms that would follow.
I’ve been pretty happy sketching with pen so far, but one thing that’s been bugging me is the difficulty/tedium of spotting blacks. Hatching looks great and all but often times I just want to lay down some big, solid black without having to get all set up with the brush and india.
I’ve got a Pentel Pocket Brush that’s been bereft of ink cartridges for the past several months, but a pack of those costs almost as much as a new pen itself. If I’m going that direction, does anyone out there have recommendations for brush pens? Pentel’s isn’t terrible but the feed is so slow I can’t use it to draw worth a damn…
A while ago this guy was landscaping at Purdue.
every other creature on earth looks at adam sandler and says “why”
but adam sandler says, “why not?”
the search is on