Have you ever wondered what it would be like if the gifts for the 12 Days of Christmas got confused? Maybe were misheard? Wonder no longer! Well, actually wonder a little longer. Check back daily starting tomorrow through Christmas to find the 12 Confused Days of Christmas!
Note - this comic slightly marks the end of an era. It's the last regular 'drawn on paper' comic in my folder. All of the rest, except a few holiday ones, are white boarded. Not sure how much people can tell the difference between pen-and-paper and white-board, but that's that.
After review, I think I like using a whiteboard. Pro - making a comic is quicker (don't have to pencil, ink, and erase). Con - no physical record (I like my little sketchbooks full of comics but I never really review or go back to them so....). Another pro - I take a picture of it rather than using my scanner. My scanner has been irritating lately so I'm kinda glad to get it out of the loop.
I still have some inked ones that I'll post but then it's likely that I'll switch totally to whiteboarding. woohoo!
What kind of responsibility comes with getting a whiteboard? I'm glad you asked: ERASE IT WHEN YOU'RE DONE! If you want a permanent message, use a poster. Seriously. I get irritated when I see whiteboards with old messages hardened onto them.