I often wonder, when coloring pages, what those colors look like to other people. If they are reading the comic on an iPad, iPhone, or Kindle Fire, I know that they are seeing the pages the way intended, because you can’t adjust the colors and whatnot, and I’ve seen it on those things. I suspect that some people have their screens set up in various ways that I would percieve as incorrect. Every so often someone will comment about Thomas & Carol having the same color of hair, or some such thing, and I’ll be like “no… they aren’t supposed to…”. Really old style monitors seem to be the worst for viewing the comic on, strangely enough. Some people err on the side of a redder tint, I think, and it skews the viewing. I can only imagine how much browner the backgrounds must seem to those people. Several people already give me funny looks over the constant blue and/or green I use for empty space. On a red tinted screen it must look really off. Then again, if the whole net looks red to you maybe it seems normal. I dunno. In any case I’ve never quite gotten my two screens to look exactly the same. At this point I think it’s because the drawscreen isn’t a brightly lit. The lookscreen is as bright as a thousand suns. By comparison at any rate. Anyway, these are the kinds of thing I wonder about at 3 in the morning when my face is sliding down my drawscreen…
Did I tell you guys I found the last Skylander? Yeah, that happened. So I’m done. At least until the new game comes out. T^T There’s a cool birdman! I’m not made of stone! Biiiiiiiiiiiirdman! I certainly how the new games are longer than the first one. There needs to be enough content to warrant having so many characters to play as. Also, I have a spare Ignitor, if anyone wants to make a deal.
Oh, also, Nintendo is releasing a new 3DS. It has bigger screens, and more memory. FUCK YOU NINTENDO! This is why I have started waiting years to buy your stuff, you dicks… Honestly, I have no business being surprised. They’ve been doing it since the Gameboy Color, and we just keep encouraging them. I may miss this one over, like the DSI XL. I used to be one of those people that had to have EVERY Nintendo handheld, but there’s just not enough difference between itterations now. That’s not to say I wouldn’t buy a DSI XL if I found one on super clearance. I had 3 Gameboy Colors at one point, when Target couldn’t give the things away. I ended up giving the other two away, because I am super nice and good. XD I actually would like to find one of the Pokemon branded ones, in good shape, just to have it for Tetris, Pokemon Pinball, and Kirby’s Pinball Land. My mom has mine because she only likes to play the original gameboy version of Tetris. Which is normal for any right thinking person. Up until the Nintendo themed DS version it was the very best version of Tetris. Anyway, it leaves a little hole in my museum of dissused Gameboys. On Ebay people are pretty fucking attatched to their fucked up Gameboys. They want a fair chunk of money for ones that look like they’ve been drug across the ground, like a cattle russler. People must be gathering them all up for chiptuning, or something, driving up the values. Or maybe people are just dicks.
My stuff is pristine by comparison. I still have boxes and inserts for most of my games. That’s not true of stuff I got after market, of course, but even then a few of them have boxes I came by one way or another. I’m going to gather up some of my oldest Gameboy games I don’t like and sell them. Over the years I ended up with several “I really need something new, anything for the love of god” games. You know, you get them for 2 or 3 bucks on clearance then play them for a few days until they finally give you a new Pokemon. Even then I still treated them with care.
I found my box of game boxes the other day. Some of my games are actually in their boxes, like Super Star Wars, or whatever version it is. I’m hoping my copy of Occarina Of Time is in its box, and not just stolen, like my original copy of Super Smash Brothers. >:| There is a chance that I have a selection of lonely boxes down there now, from years of having shitty friends.