Saturday, October 13, 2007

Stickfight 9, some Ultimate Teams

Alright, these are a couple logos for imaginary Ultimate Frisbee teams (it's a neat project of a friend of mine named Evan). The teams are the Tampa Bay Seraphim and the New York Majestics.

The Tampa Bay Seraphim:

And the New York Majestics

And I've finished stickfight 9. Here it is, along with the updated "full battle":

Tuesday, September 25, 2007


OK, here's the deal. Although I have a lot more than I've posted, I've felt (and I'm sure you have too) that the actualy comic strip is not that funny. What I really like doing are the random doodles and the stickfights, so that's what you'll get.

Here I have a patchwork of the first 8 pages of the main stickfight, all the parts that make it up, and a couple stickfights that aren't part of the main one (read: appear on HW and notes).

Check out past the main stickfight posts for some other great ones that aren't from the identical battle (but the same war or whatever)

First, a reposting of the guide:

Following that up, there's the super large combination of all 8 existing (so far) main stickfight pages. wouldn't let me upload it full size, so check out the individual pages (below) for more detailed images of particular parts.
And the separate pages (note: page one has already been posted...this is a repost):


Page 2:

Page 3:

Page 4:

Page 5:

Page 6:

Page 7:

Page 8:

Battle of the Behaviorism Notes:

Tree Chopper Trap:

Crossbows vs. Imps: The Calculus-HW Conflict

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

The Ultimate Rejection Letter; Doodle pages

The Ultimate Rejection Letter
Note: I found this here
This letter had me laughing so hard!

Herbert A. Millington
Chair-Search Committee
412A Clarkson Hall, Whitson University
College Hilla, MA 34109

Dear Professor Millington,
Thank you for your letter of March 16. After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me an assistant professor position in your department.

This year I have been particularly fortunate in receiving an unusually large number of rejection letters. With such a varied and promising field of candidates, it is impossible for me to accept all refusals.

Despite Whitson's outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet my needs at this time. THerefore, I will assume the position of assistant professor in your department this august. I look forwards to seeing you then.

Best of luck in rejecting future applicants.

Chris L. Jensen

And now for the doodles...

This one has no meaning whatsoever, but I REALLY like the rollercoaster. I'm not sure what about it is so fascinating to me, because it's not particularly detailed or anything, but I still like it.

The following doodles are from a project a friend of mind is doing. He was bored, so he made names for potential teams for a major league ultimate association. He had drawn a few of the pictures and asked me to help. He has one of my best ones with him, for the "Blades", but I'll find out if I can borrow it for a day to be scanned in.

The Cleveland Hounds:The D.C. Law:The Phoenix Burn:

And last, and possibly least, the Seattle Thorns

Monday, May 7, 2007

More random stuff!

Alright, people, I've finally gotten around to posting a few more of my doodles...I haven't had much time because if AP and SAT: Subject Test studying, which kinda sucks.

This one I did after finishing my English HW, as you can probably guess from the Huck Finn notes in the middle. I'm not really sure WHAT that thing in the middle of the bottom is. I think it started as a robotic-ish helmet, but then became mummy-ish. Whatever. The guy in the bowler hat in the middle reminds me of the monopoly guy, even though they don't look the same at all.

This guy down here is from the back page of a long history assignment. I started in the top left with a bit of hte stick-battle, but then I decided to draw some simple perspective. It was pretty neat. The perspective is all heading towards that point in the middle, which I made extra big so it's easy to see.
Last, but far from least, is a page-filling doodle done in pen, which I think is the first pen doodle I've posted. I did this one during spanish, on a worksheet we didn't have assigned (it was next to the homework assignment), for those who can't recognize the language.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Flashmob video

For those who don't know, a flashmob is a group of people who meet while dressed like regular people to do something together at a given signal. Some famous examples include hundreds of people dancing to the same song on their MP3 players starting at the exact same moment (and then walking away as if it never happened), or this video here.

The translations for what the people say are:
- For the 1st and 2nd guys, they shout: "There's a tsunami!!" (tsunami da!)
- For the 3rd guy they shout: "That's the guy!!" (koitsu da!)
- Nothing for the 4th guy
- Last scene: "Watch out!! (danger)" (abunai!)

Monday, April 23, 2007

TOABN 25, a few random doodles

Well, long time no see, people. I haven't posted in a while because of school vacation last week. In addition, I feel that this blog is for posting the doodles; I don't want to make myself doodle for the sake of the blog. Today I've got TOABN 25, and several other pages of random doodles.

TOABN 25 reveals something that I didn't even realize was the case until I wrote this strip...the link between Nate's mask tails and his mood. It just evolved on its own as I drew the thing.

The first of these random doodle pages is the first one I've posted that's in pen, I believe. This page started with the word "YO!" at the top, and then just got out of control. One thing I really liked was the spider web near the middle of the left side.
EDIT: BTW, I know that that face with the guy and the baseball cap looks really, really stupid.This is from doodling randomly while studying (it helps me concentrate), and I couldn't help but draw a tank and make a "luftwaffle" joke. I'm sure it's been done before, but I was bored and I had a pencil, so I drew it.

This Cold War thing is from the top of some notes on the Cold War, as a title. I'm not sure if it really counts as a doodle, but I liked it, because it got across the effect of the letters being made of snow (as I intended).
This one is actually pretty small in real life, just about three inches tall.
The first cartoon on this page was, as I wrote on it, inspired by a real quote from my biology teacher, Mr. Snow. The Spanchese one was inspired by a friend saying to me in Spanish class that, due to his recent trip to China, he keeps mixing up Spanish and Chinese (he takes both languages).

This one is my favorite of the bunch, because of the cartoon on the lower half. The picture on the top was the start of drawing some sort of futuristic helmet.