A while ago I tried my hand at the 3D arts.
It was meant to be a Minotaur reading a book.
I ran out of the air-drying clay, so it became a (poorly sculpted) Minotaur without hands or the bull's head (which I guess is the important bit for representing a Minotaur).
Fast forward about 3 years, and I try my hand at watch repairs. It was a cheap but cool looking 1970's era LED digital watch.
The market stall owner on the Golborne road said he couldn't guarantee it working, so I got hold of it for a fiver and took it home.
With great skill, and some solvent, I was able to ease out the ancient corroded battery and replace it with a nice and shiny fully charged one.
With great ham-fistedness I then unintentionally destroyed the printed circuit board with a screwdriver.
So, two half a**ed objects- put them together with a bit of blutack and what do you get?
(and with the addition of some books from a charity shop)
Couple of cartoons in this week's Spectator magazine.
This one I have been dreading seeing in print.
I made a mistake in the drawing.
In my defence, I realised what I had done when finishing off the drawing and amended the error. I then decided I wanted to change the colouring slightly. I accidentally re-coloured the wrong version and popped that one in the post.
Anyway, here it is.
Can you see what is wrong?
Here's the 'correct' version. Spot the difference...
Do you have ANY idea how many funny cat videos there are on youtube?
And 80's pop videos?
They're kinda distracting.
First post of the new year- a cartoon I can't sell.
Isn't working from home great?
I'm not allowed to, but it does mean no one shows up to the office on Friday- makes my life in a tech support role so much easier...
“Hello? OK...so the laptop catches fire when you press the wireless button? Hmmm...Let me look that up on the knowledgebase...Nah, can't sort that out remotely- I'll have to schedule this one for Monday- Cheers!"