This week’s new Dustinland comic is just a quick little zinger, straight from the mouth of my child to your ears and eyes. Ah kids, you know, it’s the honesty that really makes it all so entertaining. I don’t even remember the guy he’s talking about in this comic, and that’s probably a good thing because then I would just feel guilty.
Also, if you notice the size of this comic… very small. Perfect for mobile. We’ll see if people enjoy this bite-sized phone edition more than the usual six-panel rant.
Posted in parenthood
Tagged childhood, children, drawing, father, fatherhood, fathers, grand central, kids, NYC, parenthood, parenting, parents, raising children, raising kids, subway
This week’s new Dustinland comic was not drawn, but instead built from Legos and photographed. It was fun, I have to say. A nice change of pace. But I’m still eager to have my drawing hand back. I wonder how long I’ll have this cast on, and what I’ll do next week for my comic. Legos again? We’ll have to see…
Posted in aging, art
Tagged broken bone, broken hand, commuting, grand central, hand, hand injury, injury, lego, lego comic, legos, metro north, train