I draw cartoons. The Buckets. Hubriscomics.
The colorist’s is named Frank. He’s massively overworked. If you knew how many comics he has to color, you’d wonder how in the world he does it. It is true that he puts the same skin tones on everyone when he can, and he uses a few other time-savers to knock these things out faster than you could believe. He’s probably not real happy with me- my art style doesn’t have ‘closed lines’, which would speed him up in a job where seconds actually count. Be glad for Frank. He’s the reason you don’t see daily black and white cartoons from Andrews McMeel syndicate.
Aged? Isn’t that odd. Why, according to the ads and magazines, we’re not supposed to do that.
Everyone winds up in Best Buy one day or another for one thing or another.
I don’t know how my wife makes me think stuff like this, but I do believe I’d be lost and disheveled without her.
We can’t fail the cartoon children from their cartoon school. We can only enjoy making fun of them here on the cartoon webpage.
Hi! This is Greg. Scott Stantis started The Buckets in 1990 or so, but the earliest strips were with a different syndicate, so they’re not in the archives here. Or maybe it’s because there weren’t any computers before 1996? I joined Scott in late 2000, or maybe early 2001. Who can remember that far back? And I took over completely in 2006. Lots of computers by then. Anyhow, you’ve got an awful lot of comic strips to go through here. Just remember… Scott and I DON’T have recording devices in your home, no matter how familiar everything seems. We especially don’t have a camera in the half-dead plant in the kitchen window. Don’t look there.
Yep. The wife grew up in Mississippi, where sunburns were as common as anything. Aaaaaand now has to go get re-checked for skin cancer every so often. Y’know, since they found some. Mind you, I’m not blaming Mississippi. Or sunburns. But I am pretty grateful for thorough dermatologists who didn’t let it get so far that it was too late. Good dermatologist! Good!
It’s a new one on me, too.
TSOJ reads very carefully. And remembers. We worry about him. His blog is cool, though, so go looking.