Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Cartoon - Another One

OK today is a Leap Day in a Leap Year. Here is a drawing for you to print up, and have fall out of your pocket on the bus. Or you can put the drawing in a library book and return the library book to the library. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, February 24, 2012

Cartoon - The Right Time

Think about it, people. Ignore the burned pork-chops and the broken car muffler. Put down that warm beer or that jigger of gin. Unload the gun. Pencil just don't get the respect it deserves. Don't it? CM Evans Cartoons

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Cartoon - Pencil

Someone said this looks like a cartoon drawn in the Midwest, in an outhouse. I can see what they are talking about. CM Evans Cartoons

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Cartoon - The Big Cheese

"...If you're running low on arrows, and you are near Ben Sala & you haven't cleared out the mine directly behind the town, you can do a bit of what I call "Arrow Farming" -- go to the mine entrance, and get the skeleton archer's attention, so he starts shooting at you. Now, position yourself just a bit behind the biggest boulder at the inside of the mine entrance, just enough so the archer will keep shooting at you, but not enough to get hit with an arrow. He'll shoot at you for hours -- when you're satisfied with the amount of arrows, go pick them up. If you position yourself just right, the archer will be shooting at the edge of the boulder and the arrows will ricochet to the outside of the mine entrance where you can pick them up, then go back and continue getting shot at..."

From an Old Email
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Thursday, February 09, 2012

Cartoon - I Try To

There was a great deal of change, evolution, and uncertainty. During these times of change, or revilement, I would look to see where we were going and familiarize myself with any new documents, wireframes, or technology that would be used next, or we were developing. When I was loaned for a time to test on the Heebie Jeebie's team, I quickly familiarized myself with their program and function and tested to specification when they needed the help. In the end, nothing mattered, but I did this anyways, because it was expected of me. During the focusing and refocusing the needs, scope, and function of the program, I never lost sight of the big picture and was motivated to continue to produce efficiently in any change or unknown. This was particularly challenging being remote and 2 time zones away from the major portions of the team, and the fact we were all looking for scapegoats to blame the whole mess on. CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Cartoon - Stranded

Here is a new post. I can't say much about it. CM Evans Cartoons