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2002-06-23

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The first pen-and-paper Whiteboard!
I did kind of hate to move away from the "whiteboard" that gave the strip it's name,
but the single panel was too limiting for writing jokes, and was actually kind of difficult
to get a good photo from. At least, with my old point-and-shoot digicam.

Originally, the idea was that the bear was going to ne the only non-human, with the usual
'fish out of water' gags. This and some of the other very early strips were based off this premise.

The people were done fairly simply, mainly because I couldn't draw faces with any detail. Noses tended
to look like the guy had caught an errant boomerang in the face, and hair styles tended to either look like
strange hats or open flames. I was far more used to drawing hardware- cars, shop drawings, that kind of thing.
It took me a long time to draw these early strips, even as poor as they ar

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The Paintball through Time!
Deep snow ball
Bandit, Shoey, Rainy, Jinx and Jake!
Yes, even the ladies play!
It came from the refrigerator!
And wins!
Plus, there's paintball!
The Craigslist Keyhole saw
Skronch!
Fully Justifiable Carnage!
The
Wormhole
Gun!

Paintball
in the
winter!

Let's try a
Tourney!

Sandy's
First Game!

The
Fridge-
monster!

Pirta
plays
Paintball!

The impromptu
PVP crossover!

The
Craigslist
Strip!

Doc OD's on
caffeine!

Zombie
Apocalypse!


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