Oh, all right, I'll pin a useful toot:
Some amount of this account will refer to my comic, The Dementia of Magic, at https://dementiaofmagic.net. Others may refer to nothing really at all.
I'm given it some thought, and I'm pretty sure that, for the wallpapers I offer on my comic's website, I probably don't *actually* need individual sizes for a given aspect ratio (4:3, 16:9, 16:10), and can likely just offer the highest-quality version and trust that most modern devices can (gasp!) scale bitmaps as need be. Shocking discovery, I know.
The vector season series, I think I'll still want to have raster versions, maybe in addition to actual SVGs.
So right now I'm outlining a series of comics to close out this chapter, bouncing between at least two distinct viewpoints, involving a few groups of people with incomplete knowledge of a situation, all of whom combined don't even have complete knowledge of it, part of which features a family suddenly realizing their long-lost daughter is alive and that may not be a good thing, and trying to keep this entire chaotic sequence of events straight in my head.
Should be neat if I can pull it off.
For whatever reason, I googled "lyrics jump around house of pain". In addition to lyrics, one of the suggestions was "what is that sound in jump around?".
And I thought to myself, y'know, I never really considered it, but with just that much context, I know exactly what that's asking, and I've never had any clue what the answer is. Shame nobody else knows, either.
There are some things I still have yet to get used to out here, such as the fact that the local super-mega-ultra grocery store seems to stock only one variety of non-microwave popcorn, and they don't stock it all that well to begin with.
Like, seriously, I recall there being actual options at Meijer, at least. Does nobody know how to make popcorn without a microwave out here?
I program some things and also I draw other things.
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