This strip was co-written by my friend and colleague Robert Montoya, who is also a filmmaker. You can check out his short film Impact at http://impactshortfilm.webs.com/.
Archive for ‘January, 2011’
Or, you could just read the article on TVTropes.
(WARNING: Do not follow that link if you have anything important to do for the next three hours. TVTropes will consume your life.)
Good morning, everyone. You may recall my first post about Minecraft, in which I gave an introduction to Minecraft and briefly shared my gaming experience. Well, since then the game has gone into beta, seeing a slight price increase and a handful of new features and bug fixes, and I continue to play lots of Minecraft.
And by lots, I mean lots. I haven’t played video games with any regularity in over a year, but on the weekends I will spend hours upon hours playing Minecraft, destroying my sleep schedule to complete building projects and mine diamonds. It is fiendishly addictive, in part from the sense of accomplishment at hauling a big lode of gold back to your safebox without dying, or from completing a big building project. It’s also exciting to explore uncharted areas, whether forests, islands, deserts or caves.
Today, I’d like to share with you a building project that I recently completed:
This past weekend, I built an addition to the Domosphere. The addition is not strictly a dome, as you can see, but is kind of a stretched-out oval shape:
A lever opens the front door to the Domosphere.
Have you been playing tons of Minecraft? Has it stolen your life from you, robbing you of sleep and normal social interaction? Have you built towering monolithic structures and posted pictures of them on the internet? If you have, please share them with us, because I would like to see the awesome things that you’re building.
You never hear anything about antisocial networking.
Ahem! Did you know that Sketch Comedy and things related to Sketch Comedy are on your favorite social networking sites? They are! Sketch Comedy has its own Facebook page by which you can keep tabs on the latest strips, share them with your friends, and even see deleted scenes and outtakes in the image gallery. CLICK THE LIKE BUTTON. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.
CLICK IT FOREVER
I also have a account, which you may already be following. On it, I tweet about what I am eating, share links to cool comics and music and things on the web, and keep you up-to-date on the latest Sketch Comedy. Posting links and talking about your food are basically all that Twitter is good for.
Finally, Howard the Wizard has a Formspring. What is a Formspring? It is a means by which you can ask people questions on the internet. You can ask Howard questions at his Formspring, linked to above, or you can simply type your question into this box down here.
Go forth! Go forth and network socially.
Wes Molebash, whom you probably already know from his comics
You’ll Have That and Max vs. Max and his regularly-updated blog Wes Draws, co-wrote this comic with me; the wisdom he dispenses is his own. Dude knows how to encourage community! Now go read his things.