Hey peeps! Just want to direct your attention to my newly formed Patreon page. It’s sort of like kickstarter, except the payment is monthly and so are the benefits — I think I’ve made them fairly appealing.
Check it out, before I have to check myself into an orphanage or something. That’s what you do when you have no money right?
"Y’know, I was a little bit nervous when we came here, but it’s just such an authentic experience," said Danny as he sat with Arin in the sauna of the Korean Spa.
They were both naked, but especially Arin. Danny had been avoiding conversation about the D Club just as deliberately as he was now avoiding eye contact with his friend’s wiener. Nevertheless, it was not long before Arin broke the silence that followed.
"Dan," uttered Arin in a half-whisper, "do you remember what we talked about?"
"W-what?" asked Danny, feigning confusion and clinging to the faint hope that it might be something else.
"Katamari, Episode 14," said Arin. There was nothing else on that episode.
"Oh…wait, you were serious about that?"
"More serious than you know."
"Can we please not?"
"Look at my wiener, Dan."
"MAKE EYE CONTACT WITH MY WIENER, DAN."
Danny looked at Arin’s dick. Though he had not seen all that many dicks throughout his life, he immediately knew that this was quite a specimen. It glistened with sweat and vapor, reflecting the light of the solitary ceiling bulb in beautiful arrays of color.
"Do you see now? Do you see why it’s not gay?"
"I’m sorry for ever having doubted you…but I… I am not yet desensitized to it," said Danny, blushing in the presence of this magnificent rod.
"I know something that can help with that," Arin breathed into Danny’s ear.
Danny had no doubt of what Arin was referring to. They were to whack wieners together. It was the only way; they had already joked about touching dicks, and naturally the next step was to do it. Arin and Danny stood up, unable to take their eyes off each other’s dongs, which hung immaculately after a long day of spa treatment.
Danny let out a short cry as Arin swung, but much like with a prick of a needle, the anticipation was more painful that the event itself. With a gentle sweep, it was over. Danny looked up at Arin’s eyes, to see that they were looking back at him. A great bond had now formed between them, far beyond the momentary touch of their corporeal parts. They stood for a while, and looked at each other with silent understanding.
I have a cool little free game by Chris Chung for y’all today that you must absolutely get your PAWS on! HAHAHAHA! I’m sorry.
The premise of Catlateral Damage is that you are a cat, and your goal is to knock things off shelves, racks, drawers, and book cases onto the floor. Move around and jump the usual way, right click to swipe with your right paw, left click to swipe with your left, and middle mouse button to stick your paw out forward. Easy enough, right? The specific goal is to get 100K points, which you get by get by making stuff hit the floor — that number is deceptively high, of course. It’s actually not that hard, and I’m a bit disappointed that there are no stretch goals as it stands.
The whole concept of this game, however, is amazing. As I started playing it I realized that it’s the game I didn’t know I wanted. Whenever I see a cat knocking things off a shelf I can’t help but think “hey, that looks pretty fun.” And you know what? It is. Very much so. In fact, I think the only way it could be better is if I were a human in a cat’s play-house, getting revenge.
A bittersweet note on this game is it just leaves you wanting so much, but provides so little. Only one level fairly small level and fairly easy to achieve goal. Luckily, the creator, seems to have big plans for the game according to his to-do list. It’s also going through Greenlight on Steam, so be sure to check that out and vote. If you have Unity you can play the game right in your browser, but if you don’t want to get it, you can also get download any the standalone version for Windows, Mac, or Linux here:
I've been sending questions, why haven't they been answered?
This is a good & valid question, and I’m just going to answer it normally because the answer involves too many words and I think its applicable to everyone sending me asks.
Okay, so Owl Turd Comix is growing gradually as always, and I’m certainly dedicating time to it, but I have many other things going on in my life right now. Especially when something of mine gets spread around a lot, I get a WHOLE BUNCH of asks (like 25 or 30 in a day sometimes) — and naturally I read through and appreciate all of them. As much as I want to deliver quality answers, though, I just don’t have time. :c
The reason I draw out most of my answers is that I need to entertain my followers as well, and answering questions while doing that, um… I don’t want to use “kills 2 birds with 1 stone” because that sounds unkind. Burns 2 kitten orphanages with 1 Molotov. There we go.
The other reason I have trouble getting through asks is because I think a lot about how I should answer stuff. If you ask me “what is your favorite thing” I’ll probably be sitting there for an hour trying to figure out whether to answer “Butts.” or “BUTTS.” I guess what I’m trying to say is that it would be hard for me to get through even 40% of the asks I’m sent, so if I don’t answer yours please don’t take that as an offense or a comment on the nature of the ask. I’ve been fortunate enough to get no asks so far that I consider inappropriate, and y’all have overall just been hella sweet. :]
It’s just that I often don’t have time or an idea for an answer, so my apologies if it has seemed like I’m ignoring you.
Friends! I am thinking of jumping onto the ol’ Patreon Treon, where some webcomics have seen some success — but mainly well established ones like SMBC. Needless to say my little project here is a lot less known so I’ve been trying to think of good reward tiers. I wanna give patrons something they actually want, and I feel like what y’all want is for my to put out more content. But, if a donation benefits everyone, why donate, right? Why not let the other person donate?
So here’s my question to you:
Let’s say you wanna support me with $5 per month of webcomics. What do you personally want in return? How about for $15 per month? $50 per month, even?
One idea I’ve had is putting up minicomics and other works on Gumroad and using Patreon as a sort of “subscription” service where, let’s say if I release 2 minicomics per month, instead of buying each for $5, you can get both with a $7/month tier on Patreon.
Another idea I had is, I know people like avatars for websites, so maybe at a $5 or $10 reward tiers I can make you an avatar of whatever you want, and provide it for you at different sizes including high res. Then that’d be made for you! And I could make a new one every month for everyone at that patron tier.