I was planning to do one on February 1st, but someone pointed out the site to me recently, which made me think to do a sort of test run today, plus I need to practice drawing Zero.
Since this is only a test, rather than work from my entire waking day, I set a midnight cut off because I actually do have some work to do...So here's a special Zero Like Me: Hourly Comic Special, based on a true story.
As with any in-post image, click to enlarge.
Today's phrase of the day: See Wood.
I have one of the Master's favorite pieces of art, I think; it's missing from our basement display of its sibling works, and he had the series in the Swing Basement, too, so I think he likes the series, too.
I picked the same one out at the beginning of Freshman Year during the Master's art rental period.
...man it's cold.
And I'm hungry.
More on that in a second.
In the meantime, I'm working on a "real" ZLM.
I think it's due next week.
Oh, a note on how I made this: every hour of my day served as inspiration for one of these minicomics.
I started at 4pm and caught up by the 10pm episode.
This cold-related stuff is true.
Someone turned off the heat during break, and I don't know how to turn it back on.
It is FREEZING! in here.
I probably shouldn't have done this hourly comic...I need to get to work.
I also have to work on my new Herald series, almost done with principal character design!
...ugh...and I have to Blue Book...it's a fun chore, but I don't know how much control I have anymore as a literature major.
I just want to draw.
And have warm hands.