Submitted by chuckwheel on October 3, 2008 - 05:34
I drew many of the next few strips when Pewfell first ran as daily strip on the web way way back in the halcyon days of webcomics (2002). This one is kind of simple and not all that well drawn, but I still like it in a goofy kind of way.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 1, 2008 - 15:06
Did I mention that Tina the Warrior Princess is based on my wife Tina? I used to think it was a bit strange that I was writing a comic strip about my wife being married to someone who looks like my friend, but now that Adam Prosser does all the writing I hardly lie awake worrying about it at all anymore.
Submitted by chuckwheel on October 1, 2008 - 06:21
Personally my musical tastes tend to lean towards the fiddle and the harpsichord, but I thought some of the more degenerate of my fellow wizards might enjoy this:
Submitted by chuckwheel on September 29, 2008 - 05:25
Another entry in the series of verrry early Pewfelll Strips, appearing on the web for the very first time. Originally drawn in 1995.
This strip and the next one were actually written for me by my friend Guy Parker. Guy is now 'Director of Copy Advice' at the Advertising Standards Authority in London. So if you don't like his copy, you know where to send the advice.
Submitted by chuckwheel on September 27, 2008 - 07:25
Matt Bayne is a brilliant artist whose work I have admired for a long time. His 'Knights of the Shroud' strip on Girl-a-matic is excellent. His style is a little less cartoony and his subject matter a little more illustrative and emotionally-based that what we typically do here at the Tower of Ur -- i.e. his heroines are not all buxom babes in chaimail bikinies (though some certainly are, and for the most part they do all wield swords).
Submitted by chuckwheel on September 27, 2008 - 07:09
In this strip I thought I'd try to address why Bish speaks the way he does. The real reason is because I think it's fun to write that way, although it does take up a lot of space and I can't make every speech balloon this big.
Submitted by chuckwheel on September 24, 2008 - 15:49
Tina the warrior princess makes her way home from work. I'm not sure where her wyvern is; I guess it must be in for a service.
Submitted by chuckwheel on September 23, 2008 - 12:54
I don't know about this one, but it's the first strip where Bish appears, so I thought it better be in there.