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Mall Employees

June 14th, 2007 by

Haven’t posted anything for a couple days because I haven’t even been home at a decent hour. Been looking at places to live. Also haven’t produced anything at work too good lately either. EXCEPT TODAY! But you’ll have to wait a bit to see it. Brought my Burne Hogarth book to work and tried to make my sketches for the next AIR comic more dynamical. It looks better. Enjoy this for now and leave me some comments. Be constructive.

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15 Responses to “Mall Employees”

  1. danny Says:

    i think i’ve met mopey older guy in my long list of miscellaneous jobs. i recognized him better from the first sketch and not the second…who the hell is dorky helmet guy??

  2. Ajay Says:

    Dorky helmet guy wears the helmet. He was told that, although optional, it is also part of the uniform and wears it. Everybody else thinks he’s a moron for following dress code to the T.

  3. Evan Says:

    I have no criticism, constructive or otherwise.

  4. Jons kid brother Says:

    I’m movin out to the remington at lonetree next month :p Wewt!

  5. Ajay Says:

    You’re moving into a gun? Are you a decepticon?

  6. Jons kid brother Says:

    …………….. no…….. you have no proof!!


  7. PeZ Says:

    I’ve noticed on your drawings that you tend to make limbs out of proportion. A good example is on this third page. Don’t forget that the humerus is as long as the ulna and radius [that’s fancy art school guy talk for ‘upper arm bone’ and ‘forearm bones!’] and that the humerus ends a hair lower than where you draw the arm bend in the picture where the arm is holding the torch. you tend to do this more on zoomed out images than you do on close cropped ones, like in the second one [but not always]. Don’t forget to play with SIZE when foreshortening. You always have great ‘dramatic angles’ [if you call them that in your sense of humor’s case] and they tend to be cheapened by a stubby looking limb. Don’t be afraid of going bigger. It’s when it’s SMALLER that we got a problem…THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID….NYEHEHEHAHAHAHEAH.

  8. Chris Says:

    In regards to you comment about you request at work. Make your request more and more asinine. Start asking for things like pipe cleaners, caulk gun, 35 filing boxes, bubble mix. if they start giving you that crap you should be able to eventually be able to build something ergonomic for your hands. If that doesn’t work, start requesting weapons.

  9. Jons kid brother Says:

    I’m going to start requesting weapons to threaten Stew with so he UPDATES MORE!

  10. Chris Says:

    true dat.

  11. Dylan Says:

    I drew a Kuss-Tome-Air and tried to post it, but it didn’t work. It’s on my WP.

  12. Dylan Says:

    Let’s try that again:

  13. Dylan Says:

    Okay, can’t post pictures. I’ll just leave a bunch more comments then, Wheee!

  14. Jons kid brother Says:

    Give them to Ajay, then hit him with a big stick until HE post them.

  15. PeZ Says:

    I think Ajay’s dead…

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