The Generics could probably switch places to fool others simply by swapping their eyewear...
Larry is the kind of guy who would flaunt masterpieces that he'd spend around 3000 deco on building. The others just prefer to loaf around.
I will get around to comment responding after some sleeeeeeeeep
Late again, I know. Actually, I DID get a page drawn. Since I was out of the house for a lot of the day, I decided to try drawing a page on good old paper, but unfortunately, the paper didn't get along with my inking pens, and turned the page into something I can't fix easily. Surely, I'm not going to slap dialogue [ on this mess ] and call it an update. I'm going to draw it over again, and the page should be up by Thursday morning.
Lol, girlies who do girly things? shocking!
Also, trying to work out what sport the athlete is trying to play there, looks like the hammer throw with the end missing.
Heavens forbid he ever gets held prisoner in an all-girls sleepover!
She's just idly swinging a bat. I'll need to fix that, though it wouldn't make any difference if it really WAS a hammer since there is nobody with a ball present. '_'
Dang, Eugene must be running out of stickers after all that labeling :)
Yeah... He's yet to come up with an adequate label for himself!
I want to see his complicated catigorizational flow chart :D
But he's so terrible at making them!
OMG this is awesome and also I really like the concept of "greaser nerds"
Y'know, this all reminds me of my university. And also some internet communities I've seen. While the old stereotype is that athletes pick on the puny nerds, in my own life I've seen much more of nerds stereotyping athletes as being stupid meatheads. Here at my university, the athletes mainly keep to themselves, and a lot of academs/engineers/scientists/what have you like to assume they only got in because they're good at sports, and that they're somehow inferior, and a tiny percentage of the student body ever actually supports the various athletic teams (usually the band is like 300% of the rest of the student section...). Personally, I think humans have awesome minds AND bodies and we need people who hone both and show the rest of us what is possible!
In my college, the athletic facilities were in such a far back corner of the campus that I never really got to know anyone there. High School was another story, but kind of a sad one. What athletic team we had, they were basic, chill high schoolers and they loved sports, but there wasn't much to offer athletically and I remember years of students pushing for more sports teams. We were just a tiny facility of 550 students that leeched facilities off a nearby college that was built from renovating several old factories. They had a pool, a basketball court/gym, and a fitness center and that was it. The bowling team was pretty regular, the basketball team, not so. One year we finally had a softball team, and our home turf was in the nearest public park over a mile away. I assisted the baseball team for a while to avoid another semester of volleyball, and the team was cool. The opposing teams were sometimes jerks, but I've never seen any cheerleaders or meatheads before. :O
I come from small-town Texas, where athletics (football especially) were practically a religion. But surprisingly, we had some really great academic and creativity programs too, even if in general our school's academics weren't exactly stellar. I think we had a pretty good balance for a little town, though, and I'm grateful!
Oh, man. I used to be a cheerleader, and I have to admit that my experience was every bit the stereotypical horror that the movies and TV shows would have you believe. I fit in so badly and enjoyed it so little that I had to quit, even though I could do all the flips and stuff. I got sick of the other girls making fun of me merely because I was in band as well. If only they knew the sheer amount of nerdom I had festering underneath...