I drew this on the plane home from LA! Don’t worry, things will be in the comic tomorrow 🙂 Transcript Bunson in Boot and Sock in Skate stare at each other. Skate aggressively stands on its toe stop and looms at Bunson. Boot opens its mouth at Sock. Sock gets scared and hides upside down […]
Transcript Bunson sitting in Boot. Bunson: This is my shoe. Bunson and Sock stare at each other. Sock rides into in Skate, who is doing a wheelie.
Transcript Bunson talks to Sock Bunson: I am a bunny Bunson: You are a sock. Bunson: Do you understand? Sock sits on Bunson’s head.
Transcript Bunson Hoppydew sits in a boot. Bunson Hoppydew, upside down with his head in a boot. Bunson hiding behind a boot. Bunson sitting on top of boot with his fluffy tail pointed towards us. It was a good day.
Transcript: Things 1 & 2: Sometimes I worry let People down not good enough too loud too quiet might hurt someone fault Things 1 & 2: but then I remember learning space peace play worthiness joy hugs simplicity teddy bears Bunson: And don’t forget Bunnies!
Answering the age old question, how do things without arms and without legs locomote? Transcript: Thing 2 wearing Bunson on its head, pulling Thing 1 on a skateboard.
My plan is to update every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, but a little extra content never hurt anyone 😉 Here’s some Tuesday art for you. Developing a good way of drawing BuNSOn wasn’t automatic, and I’m sure his shape will continue to mature. Here are two pages of concept sketches as I honed in on […]
Today’s comic was inspired by Emily Jiang. ’cause I said heeeeelp! Internets inspire me, and this is what happened. Transcript: Thing 1: Do we have ears? Bunson: I have ears Thing 2: I have a bunny
BuNSOn Hoppydew – this comic is for you. I’m exploring new iPad software called Procreate. It seems to be much more stable than Sketchbook, but – well as you can see it’s a struggle and it doesn’t seem to like exporting as a particularly high res image. Still, it’s a process and I’m happy to […]
Transcript Pronouns Things: We use they or them or zir or ze. Narrator: What if someone says he or she?Thing 1: ummmmThing 2: It depends.Thing 1: I worry about reactions sometimes.Thing 2: It’s awkward.Thing 1: Tell them?Thing 2: Ignore it?Thing 1: Go dancing?Thing 2: It depends on the person and mood. Bunson Hoppydew: I use […]