I’m a person who likes to express myself. I have opinions, and sometimes I say clever or funny things. In early 2011 I started playing around with the idea to start posting some of these opinions and funny things on the internet, for some time the idea of doing a webcomic had been floating around in my mind and in my casual conversations. However, I cannot draw, not even stick figures, so, I started to look into a artistic field I actually have some talent in, photography and digital manipulation.
The webcomic itself is made with pictures that I take myself with my 14 megapixel camera. Then I use a program called GIMP (which is essentially an open-source photoshop equivalent) to apply the filters and effects to make the webcomic what it is.
I have gotten a few questions form people about how much the webcomic applies to my own life, for example, how much of what I say I think and do is actually what I think and do. Well, in reality, not all that much. Someone may read my webcomic and come to the assumption that I am a cynical, pessimistic and terrible person, which is partially true, but most of what I write in the comic is really just what I find funny at the time.
If you enjoy the comic, I’m glad, please share it somehow, I’ve provided plenty of ways, such as the various share buttons at the bottom of each comic and post. You can follow me on Twitter, also we have a facebook page. Plus, if you have something you really want to ask me, I also have a formspring page. Plus word of mouth is great, and if you want to link to my site, I would be grateful, just grab a button from the links page and link it back here.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
My name is Ike Ellsworth, I am a computer science major at Brigham Young University. I’ve been doing photography as a hobby since high school. My other interests include bicycling, computer games, watersports (mostly sailing and whitewater, which I don’t get much opportunity to do) and bowling.
I’m also a raving insomniac, so a lot of times I come up with these late at night when I’m really tired, and if I still find them funny when I get up the next morning, sometimes I’ll actually use them.