Weekly Schedule March 15-21

Get serious about my work since my birthday is Friday and is only a stark reminder that I ain’t getting any younger.

Monday:
Watch movie for Film Sack
Draw Elephant Riding a Horse (or whatever people on twitter ask me to draw)

Tuesday:
Draw and Post Guy In A Bush (please oh please)

Wednesday:
Record Film Sack

Thursday:
Recording and editing Comics Coast To Coast

Friday:
Throw myself a birthday party

Saturday:
Write Guy In A Bush

Sunday:
Draw Guy In A Bush
Post Comics Coast To Coast

Weekly Schedule March 8-14

Personal life and podcasts with a sprinkling of hope for a comic this week.

Monday:
Sketch

Tuesday:
Sketch

Wednesday:
Draw Guy In A Bush (ha!)

Thursday:
Recording and editing Comics Coast To Coast

Friday:
Post Guy In A Bush (I hate me)

Saturday:
Write Guy In A Bush (see above)

Sunday:
Draw Guy In A Bush (fix car instead)
Post Comics Coast To Coast
Watch movie for filmsack

Weekly Schedule March 1-7

Personal life and podcasts with a sprinkling of hope for a comic this week.

Monday:
Watch Lawnmover Man (Filmsack)

Tuesday:
Watch Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (filmsack)
Guest on Negative Cutters

Wednesday:
Record Filmsack

Thursday:
Recording and editing Comics Coast To Coast with guest Guy Gilchrist of comic’s Nancy and Today’s Dog.

Friday:
Post Comics Coast To Coast including show notes

Saturday:
Write Guy In A Bush (murky)

Sunday:
Draw Guy In A Bush (bah)

Weekly Schedule Feb 22-28

Last week was great for Podcasts. I accomplished all my goals and then some. However, my comics suffered because of this. Therefore, more focus on the comics this week.

Monday:
Write Guy In A Bush
Draw Guy In A Bush (fail)

Tuesday:
Post Guy In A Bush (can’t…failed..see above)
Sketching comic for A Mission Deep (ack..more fail)

Wednesday:
Draw A Mission Deep (double fail)

Thursday:
Post A Mission Deep (cry)
Recording and editing Comics Coast To Coast with guest Scott Kurtz of PVP Online.

Friday:
Post Comics Coast To Coast including show notes

Saturday:
Write Guy In A Bush (got one…have to draw it.)

Sunday:
Draw Guy In A Bush (nope)

Weekly Schedule

This is my first Weekly Schedule post.

I work as a programmer during the day and occasionally do side work such as web design, illustration and some tech work at night and weekends.

I’m married and have 2 kids and love my family very much and desire to give them the attention they deserve.

What’s left is given to the internet and what I will lay out here is that schedule. Maybe I should call this an outline. Because I make these plans in my head every week and they sometimes get moved around or canceled all together. Life happens.

so here goes:

Monday:
Watching Movie for Filmsack

Tuesday:
Watching 2nd Movie for Filmsack
Sketching comic for A Mission Deep (delayed)

Wednesday:
Recording Filmsack
Draw Guy In A Bush (delayed)

Thursday:
Recording and editing Comics Coast To Coast

Friday:
Post Comics Coast To Coast including show notes

Saturday:
Write Guy In A Bush (fail)

Sunday:
Draw Guy In A Bush (fail)

ELR & Me: Part 1

It was early 2005 and I had had enough of Scott Kurtz’s rants on his website. I was in search of a new webcomic that would fulfill my daily need for geek humor. That’s when I found Scott Johnson’s Extralife comic. Not only was his comic great, Johnson’s blog was full of great geek posts and most importantly no more silly rants. This was a positive place to be and I could feel it.

I was in the process of developing my own webcomic and was poor in terms of traffic to my website. I was just some cartoonist who had a dream of making it big. I was watching and taking note of everything successful web cartoonists were doing and by gum I liked the way Johnson was running his show. He was focused chaos. He was where I wanted to be.

Everyday I would stop by the old Extralife shop and see what Johnson was up to that day. He was always trying out the latest thing. RSS Feeds. Blogging. WordPress. Podcasting…what the crap was podcasting. It was just an idea. It didn’t even seem like a very good one. I remember when I first heard of podcasting I couldn’t get my head around what was so fantastic about it. I mean it was no more than just recording some audio right. It wasn’t like they were inventing radio. But Scott could see what was special about it. It wasn’t about the content. He already had the content. It was about the delivery.