I got pissed off at myself at how little creative, humorous, and funny content the internet had. Even the little there was, I'd seen before, constantly reposted - yet there were still people going "LOL, SO FUNI." So, I gave myself a mission. Every Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, I will try to create a new and humorous piece of original content - hell, might not be funny, but I'll still try. Because you can never have enough Original Content.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

my commitments are so unreliable

Okay, so, I never did the second post, and I missed Wednesday, but hey, it's here now, please don't hate me.

And in exchange for missing two updates, and the second rule I set for myself, I decided to find out if Blue Balls is actually a condition.

It is. And 'tis painful.

Here's the piece of work I promised I would post on Monday/Tuesday - curse you, L4D! - and I'll go see what I can do about Romeo and Juliet when I find BlackPawn and ask for the script that I stupidly forgot to save.

Monday, February 23, 2009

in fair dustbowl do we lay our scene

Apologies for those who read this and saw I missed an update - I have been working on something, and I think both of my readers will forgive me and not ask to see me hit my penis with a hammer when I make a double post today.

Anyway, me and some person I met on Steam called BlackPawn are working on this project. Hopefully this image showing what we're planning will bring joy and happiness to you. The guy's amazing, with a wonderful knowledge of the subject in question, great talent for writing.

actually he's a complete dictator and i cant escape please help

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

the beret isn't responsible for your success

Just a quick thing. Couldn't think of anything really original, and when I sat down and started mucking around this eventually came to me. I'm curious about the effects of the Sandman's stun, we'll see if it gets griefy.

Done in Flash CS3, I love that thing's brush tool.

Also, L4D will finish downloading tonight, and I'm very excited about playing that, so fuck you, TF2, I'm going to go kill some zombies.

And apologies to the Mythbusters, I still love you.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

burn baby burn (disco inferno)

I'm aware that I missed my deadline. But I had this finished on time, I was just distracted from playing UT 2003 until 4AM, then falling asleep on my keyboard. 'tis so much fun, I found it on this old PC.

Here you guys go, enjoy it. It's about the Black Saturday Victorian Bushfires. Don't get all rageful if you don't like it.

Information on this 'artwork':
I'll write this shit later, I wanna play TF2 now.

Friday, February 13, 2009

literary humor

Was going to do something nicer, but I just tried out the campaign mode in Warcraft 3, and it's a blast and fun and I haven't even defeated the stupid Blademaster who's sacrificing peasants. Asshole.

So, here, a literature joke.

Brief information about this 'artwork':

Chucked it together in Flash CS3 - I wish Adobe would combine some of the features of the two programs, the brush tool in Flash is a lot more fun to use. Anyway, couldn't think of anything for a while, was panicking, came up with an idea - which I'll use on Monday - but the site I needed an image from was down, and finally, got this idea walking past my bookshelf. Hooray for not hitting my penis with a hammer.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

made it by 45 minutes

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Because Blogger is wierd, larger + clearer view of the above image is here.

About this latest 'work':

So, this isn't entirely my own work. I owe a lot to some random people I somehow ended up chatting with on Steam. Lot of fun, but it's actually around 2 weeks old. Didn't intend to post this for ages, but my new sexy PC broke, and I happened to have saved it to this PC for some reason - and thus it was submitted.

By the way, I'm God, as you can tell from my attempts at hilarity. And yes, this was entirely spontaneous. Also, the notes on the side were added in paint, which is the only image editor on this shitty PC, and which was also (carefully) used to compile the screenshots together, despite what I say in the chat. I mean, who admits to using paint to edit images? Not I. Oh, and it's in two pieces because I resized the window toward the end, god knows why.

Monday, February 9, 2009

downhill from here

So, this is the start of a billion-dollar empire. How incredibly shitty. I figure I might as well start with the rules.

1. I must post some new and original item on this blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (give or take an hour or so.)
2. Failure to do so will result in a picture of me doing something violent to my genetalia.
3. If so desired, extra work can be posted on alternate days, but something must be posted on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
4. I have to ATTEMPT to make it funny.

And that's it. Let's see how long it takes me to break these rules.

Brief information about this particular 'artwork':

3 or so months ago, I bought The Orange Box for a LAN party - wanted Team Fortress 2, figured what the hell, might as well see what's so good about Half-Life and Portal. Sadly, only Half-Life worked (got a new computer a couple of months later, so much the better) - and I grew to love the game. Haven't finished Half-Life 1 at this point, but hey, maybe it'll be sweet as well.

Anyway, Father Gregori was my favourite character, and I always wanted to make something along the lines of this. The start of this site motivated me, to make the motivator.

Also, twas made in Gmod after roughly an hour or two of fiddling, and I missed the season 2 premiere of Dexter, which pissed me off.