I had an idea for a project. Problem is, step one of this is making an sqlite database of my music collection. Not that it's all that big compared to some, but it turns out some tracks have very stupidly non-standard uses of some tags.
Also, there's a lot of weird special cases involved, but I'm at least simplifying things for my own dastardly needs. More on this if it goes anywhere. It might not.
Your attention please: Round-trip bus service from Tucson, AZ to Las Vegas, NV will begin November 13th at 10am PT.
Next upcoming experiment: Raspberry Pi-based PVR for over-the-air TV. Because I like to watch Svengoolie, dangit.
The main part that's on delay is the key element, the USB TV tuner. But, I can at least get the thing set up when it comes in next week. And I could always use more Bluetooth junk, like a keyboard and yet another mouse.
Madame Boutrix, a wax museum proprietor. She was only seen from the back, controlling one of her wax mannequins, before Alex and Matt decided to walk right on by. I actually had her drawn out in more detail like this beforehand, but didn't use anything else (the other sketches I'm about to dump were made after their respective facts).
So to hopefully get back in action and recover from cabin fever, I decided to draw out a few background characters from recent comics, some of which you haven't seen, all of which were seen literally exactly once, yet I still overthought them anyway when I initially made their scenes. Hope you don't mind about five more toots of this.
Oh, and if you're reading from the widget on the comic website, I don't think images go through for that. You might want to click the link on top.
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.