And, just like in school, here are some guide questions for our new post:
1. Do you love chocolates so much that when you don’t get to have them in a day or in a week you get cranky?
2. What are the useless props in this comic which is not at all related to the comics?
3. Do you like the background colors in this post or do you prefer the one here?
4. Can you find more cartoons that features the Pantone card as a prop? Where did this Pantone palette first appear & in what year?
You have 5 minutes to answer these questions. You have to pass your papers to the front once the time is up! Don’t forget to put your class number, name & section on the upper left!
Seriously though, here are more cartoons about food:
Food Pictures: Taste Versus Presentation
Four Types of Hunger
5 Good Things About Breakfast
Alternative Excuses for Gaining Weight
Sweet Things That Start With C
I’m back in Hong Kong and this time with my tour guide (and apparently hubby) Ponggo. Here’s a quick round up of some colorful & happy stuff from day 1!
These are the paintings of Alice Lai Nga -Yu at the Ting-ting (Tram) stop in Wan Chai. What a smart idea! Hopefully, we could have local exhibits like these along the road–so that art is more (more…)
No self-respecting decent person would probably greet herself online and say, “Happy birthday to me!” but let me
abuse take this opportunity to finally celebrate my birthday on this blog for the first time since its inception *Yeah! * I would always make some graphics for Ponggo’s birthday and then force Ponggo to post a “Happy birthday Tipsy” tweet on my birthday *har har* and feel so silly about doing a Googly cartoon for my own birthday. By the way, may I also greet our national hero Jose Rizal? I always thought we were somehow related because we shared the same birthday. Back in grade school, I thought he was my grandpa or something!
Nope, you don’t have to go through the hassle of thinking what to give me for my birthday. All I ask is for your to donate some time online & vote the Googly Gooeys as the Instagram Phenom of the year on the Tatt Awards 2013 Website. Remember that you can vote every hour (which means you can vote 24 times in a day if you’re a zombie). You can use your Twitter, Facebook or Google+ accounts. *And you thought I’d finally stop telling you about this, no?*
For those of you who have been tweeting, “But the website won’t let me vote!” Here’s what you can do:
1. Clear your browser’s cache
2. If you’re using an iPhone, you may go to Settings >> Safari >> Clear Cookies & Data
3. If you have logged in but the website won’t let you vote, just click on the X mark on the Pop up box if it still says, “You must be logged in to vote”; it might just be a bug
If you haven’t had the chance to get a glimpse of our Instagram Page, here’s a quick roundup of this week’s posts & here’s what you’re voting for ❤ Please support the cause of happiness, the washi addiction and the love for all things colorful
So, don’t forget to Vote the Googly Gooeys as the Instagram Phenom of the Year!
When I’m inspired, I try to get things done right away. However, sadly, I have to force myself to do stuff all the time! Ugh. Anyone else suffering from this?
Here are more comics about Googly Gooeys Comics About Deadlines:
Fact of the Day #76: Cramming gives you superpowers!
Tips on How to be More Productive
Reasons Why You’re Not Yet Done With Your Work
The Cycle of Laziness
Life of a Workaholic
A Brief History of Procrastination
How to Survive the Eve of a Deadline
Ponggo & I went to see Celina de Guzman’s a.k.a. @celdee’s first solo exhibit entitled Cold Milk Culprits at Heima Brixton last Saturday night. I’ve been seeing previews of this both on Heima & Celdee’s Instagrams so I was so excited to see the actual work!
Good Night, Good Fight (Acrylic & Graphite on Paper)
This is one of my two favorite pieces. This is waaaaay cooler than your average #pugstagram #catsofinstagram entries, don’t you think? I don’t actually think this photo justifies the real thing. Her works are all so seamless you have to see it up close (and personal).
This is Celina addressing the audience. Heima Brixton was packed! It’s always so refreshing meet someone so unassuming, gracious and very talented! (more…)