Thanks for the help husband! He has been playing this song a lot lately…
Yes it’s about pooing.
People often ask me how I make my comics and what program do I use etc, so I thought I’d do a video on how I make my comics.
It was a really big step for me to go from traditional art to making comics digitally. I think it uses a different part of the brain or something. For the art I previously did I usually had a reference to work from, but for comics I need to draw something just out of my head and work out the pacing and facial expressions. I was forced to change to working digitally even though in the beginning I drew with pen and painted with watercolours on the very first comics. It was just too difficult to do that and then have to scan the painting. It just took too long. Things are much quicker with a tablet (Bamboo Manga).
I hope that those who have been thinking about doing something like this can see how easy it is and feel inspired to try themselves.
This is how many of our arguments end these days. Our arguments are very minor, just about stupid stuff, but the person who first gets in “You know nothing Jon Snow!” usually wins.
That’s a Game of Thrones reference for those that don’t know. I think I’ve used up all my Game of Thrones ideas for comics…
Someone needs to invite Mr Gwon to a party like this.
(Nothing was said about Quincy because he sucked. Luckily his bit was short).
Maybe he is preparing me for when we have children and I have absolutely no bathroom privacy. Or he was just being a jerk.
My husband just said that many Korean guys do this (and probably not just Korean guys either). Haha, for those that want to marry a K-pop idol, I bet that’s not part of your fantasy.
Some people have been wondering what does it take to make Mr Gwon give a K-pop video a 4 or 5 score? Well now you have your answer….. gangsters.
What does it take to make me sob like a baby? Pretty boys dying apparently.
Mr Gwon told me last night that he hasn’t got my present yet so I was a bit disappointed, but he was just lying! So when I woke up there was a present there for me and a very lovely card.
It’s tradition in Korea to have seaweed soup on your birthday and we follow that tradition even when we are in Australia. So I expected seaweed soup but my husband actually cooked japchae for me as well and set out the table like this.
He doesn’t like cooking so I was really really impressed that he made all this for me. (And why no chopsticks? We don’t have any in our new apartment yet haha).
Anyway I can’t believe I’m not in my 20’s any more, but as he has pointed out before… I’m already 31 in Korean age anyway!