Or: It’s Possible Technology Is Beyond Me
I usually think I’m pretty on the ball with all the cool toys living in the future has shared with me. I love my fancy magical smartphone. I clearly enjoy the Internet. Video streaming has enabled me to completely stop going outside in the summertime.*
*In my defense, nature is out to get me all spring and summer long.
But let’s be honest. I draw my doodles on Post-its, which were invented in 1974, with pens. Like, regular, school-supply style pens.**
**I do not know when these were invented. Sometime after the whole quill-and-ink system, I bet.
This is not a very high-tech solution for getting illustrations onto a blog. So I decided that maybe it’s time for an update. Maybe I should be using technology to make my technology-enabled hobby happen.
I bought a sketching tablet.**
**Like, an affordable one. I draw stick figures, guys. This isn’t exactly high-end art.
Want to see how it’s going, guys?
Not great. It’s going not great.
I’m not a quitter. But I’d like to provide a little bit of comparison here.
Well, maybe it’s not so bad…
Nope nope nope. It’s pretty bad.
A blog jump into the future may take awhile, guys. Because I am clearly not ready for the technologies of the future.***
***My drawing tablet is apparently from 2010. I’m not ready for the technologies of 6 years ago.
I have to go practice living in the future.
Don’t do iiiiit! I love your post-it figures!
I second the notion. RUN FROM THE FUTURE!!! (on a Post-It note with a ball-point pen)
awwww! your tablet yous look like an extremely hapless replica you robot!!
reading that sentence back…it makes very little sense, i am oping you know what i mean