As I mentioned a few days ago, I've been going through my back log of old gags and comic ideas and making them into Daily Doodles. This one is probably the oldest surviving gag. It might be between 5 to 7 years old. Around that time I wanted to start a single panel webcomic, much like The Daily Doodle, but a little more polished. So, I used to jot down ideas for it, assuming that I'd get around to starting it someday. This one got written on some scratch paper and then shoved into a drawer. I honestly don't know what happened to the paper; I haven't seen it in years but, for some reason, I never forgot the joke.
I've got to say, It feels pretty good to finally get some of this stuff out of my system. It's silly to put things off for later.
Hey, You! What are you doing?! Don't get your dad some kind of generic Father's Day gift from Target, or worse...The dollar store! Get him something original...like...I don't know...This Fishing shirt Illustrated by myself! Or, maybe your dad isn't the sporting type, maybe he's a science guy or a computer nerd. Anyway, what I'm saying is that I've got all kinds of products, in my Zazzle shop, that would make great Dad's Day gifts.
But wait, there's more! You're gonna need a greeting card to go along with that gift, right? Well I've turned a couple of Daily Doodles into cards just for the occasion. Specifically #137 The Snuggo and #86 Ghost Dad.
So, please go check out my store and get your Dad something cool. I can vouch for the quality of Zazzle's products. I've purchased, several things from them and the quality is really nice. Prints come out great. Even the dark T-shirts. I'd say it's the next best thing to screen printing. They do a really good job and I'm not just saying that because I stand to make money from your purchases.Posted 11:09
Sat 26 May