By some improbable concatenation of circumstances the author of this blog, at the moment of his conception, became the essence of all that is good in the observable universe. Some say that if the universe were destroyed in a cataclysmic cosmic catastrophe, the greatest loss suffered would be his demise. And he takes a shower every day.
He is an atheist and intends to post his silly atheist comic strips on this site, as well as a load of other shite, so if you don’t like what you read or view on this weblog, you are only a click away from being inĀ another place. Or feel free to leave a comment.

16 Responses to About

  1. John Weeren says:

    I enjoy your cartoons (well, some of them :P ). Also, I learned about Inkscape from this blog. So, thanks. Hope you keep cartooning.

    • Grumpy says:

      Hope you enjoy Inkscape. For someone (like me) who cannot draw freehand for toffee, it’s a great programme.

  2. frangipani says:

    Hi Grumpy,
    Love your comics, and have nominated you for the LIebster award. You can accept or do nothing, as you wish. No worries!


  3. Hi Grumpy, thanks for the likes! Really enjoy your comics.

  4. Ken Judd says:

    Thanks for the jokes look forward to them and thanks for the likes on my posts. Great Blog.

  5. We have nominated you for Versatile Award. We enjoy your site very much. Details can be found at http://sevenleggedexpressjourney.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/versatile-award/

    Thank you,

    Pedo Koneko

  6. Looks like I found my answer to what drawing package you use. I haven’t researched it yet, is it Mac friendly? Easy to use?

    • Grumpy says:

      Dear Marti, I use Inkscape to draw my cartoons. Inkscape is a free Open Source vector graphics editor. It’s as good as, and I think better, than expensive software such as Illustrator or Corel Draw. You can download it at http://inkscape.org/ and I believe there is a version for Mac. I’m a poor artist and can’t draw freehand for toffee, but with Inkscape you can modify and manipulate shapes using Bezier paths and other tools. You’ll love it. Apart from the online manual which will teach you the basics, there are lots of excellent tutorials online, and some rubbish ones as well :-). Kind Regards Grumpy x

  7. Great comics–thanks for the tip, but you didn’t tell me you needed a brain to use Inkscape. :|

    • Grumpy says:

      Hi SynCo, There are loads of excellent Inkscape tutorials online. These should get you up and running with Inkscape. Sure, it’s not as simple as point and click, but worth a little effort n’est-ce-pa?
      Grumpy x

  8. Slapppshot says:

    Greetings & Salutations…just wanted to drop a line and tell you how glad I am to have found you here :) Your strips rock buddy!

  9. Love your little “grumpies”! Have been enjoying them immensely. I keep showing up here just checking out different ones on and off so have now signed up to follow since I seem to be addicted!

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