Posted April 6, 2012 at 10:01 am
I've always been curious about drugs, but I'm to much of a straight arrow to experiment with them illegally. That's why I've worked hard to develop legitimate psychological issues. Twogag on Facebook, It's where it's all going down! Seriously, it's all been going downhill...
Posted March 30, 2012 at 1:42 pm
Hey guys and gals, I just thought I'd drop some awareness on you this fine eve. If you didn't already know, you can keep track of the latest comic updates by either: Liking twogag on Follow me on or subscribe to the or of course, all of the above.
Posted February 4, 2012 at 5:11 am
It's true, there is a Facebook page for twogag now, the rumours you've heard are only slightly exaggerated. So feel free to have at it, Like and share, and do all those crazy things one does on Facebook!
Posted January 24, 2012 at 4:41 am
Some of you have seen this already, it's a comic I've made for the chaps over at Hatventures. They're the fellows that does those nice looking official Minecraft patch videos, If you don't know of them yet check out their let's plays They're a super fun bunch, I've watched them play Minecraft more than I've played it myself, and I've played it a fair bit. If the demand is high enough there will be more comics like this one in the future.  
Posted October 1, 2011 at 8:13 am
October is here, the month that makes this cold, damp and dark time of year slightly less unbearable, it's the perfect setting for horror! I love Halloween and the whole atmosphere of it. In Sweden it's less of a pronounced holiday than in the states, but nevertheless loved by many. That is why I officially declare October 2011 to be halloween themed here on twogag.com. If it becomes an annual tradition remains to be seen, but I've lined up the whole of October with Halloween-ish strips that I hope you lot will enjoy. So if you notice that the strips features a lot of ghosts, monsters and murders all of a sudden, this is why! On the topic of October, the Top Webcomic list has been reset for this month, I would appreciate you guys support. Vote 2GAG at Top Webcomics My Twitter
Posted September 17, 2011 at 8:32 am
Hi fellas, just sitting here in my "studio" on a Saturday afternoon, drinking coffee and spying on my neighbors like a bored old woman. So before I reach the point where I start knitting sweaters and procuring a purse for the sole purpose of filling it with hard candy, I figured I'd try to postpone the inevitable and write a few words about my inspirational and motivational sources. And list the webcomics that I follow, which you may find enjoyable to check out also. Two Guys and Guy is still an infant in the webcomics world, but I've wanted to start a webcomic for almost a decade. It started way back when I discovered the two giants that hardly need mentioning, but I will anyway. Player vs Player and Penny-Arcade. During the years since, I've made some half assed, awkward attempts at starting a webcomic of my own. Of course I didn't know what I was doing (even less than I do now) so nothing ever came of them. After High School (or the Swedish equivalent) I started studying Game Design and Graphics, and the comic making interest had to take a hiatus. What finally re-sparked the interest was the simple realization that Wordpress and Comicpress had made it very easy to create and maintain a website without the need of any substantial knowledge in webeneering. A lot of things nowadays infuse me with inspiration, I'll try to list the top ones. Something that I really like is Penny-Arcades 3 panel layout, it works well and I've seen others handling it very well too, such as Chainsawsuit, This is where 2gag's layout came from, and I've found it's also a maintainable format for frequent updating. I go through artistic influences like politicians go through lies. But recently my style has been pretty consistent. And one of my big artistic inspirations is the one of Tyson Hesse, and his comics Diesel and Boxerhockey, I really like his drawings, but it's far from his only strength. I don't think it's any secret that I like to draw the ladies, so two of my other visual inspirations, though not purely comic related, are Chris Sanders, as well as, I don't know his real name but here's his DevArt. I could blabber on about this topic for ages but I'll cut this part short, maybe I'll pick the subject up again in another blog post. Another thing that keeps me motivated, and is probably subjectively the most important one, is having other goal oriented artist friends. Though on short supply on the local front since my move, through the power of the webernet I still get my fix of artist interaction. It really drives me when I hear about what other people are working on, keeps me from slacking behind! OK, to the promised list. I love finding new good webcomics, and I almost always learn something new from each one I read. So bellow is a list of webcomics I read frequently, in no particular order. Happle Tea - About earth, myth, and everything in-between. Nerd Rage - Nerdy guys doing nerdy things, and raging about nerdy stuff. PvPonline - They work at a gaming magazine, not much gaming going on though, yet an awesome comic. Chainsawsuit - Anything goes! Super Redundant - About a gang of misfit superheroes, an artistically collaborative webcomic (one of the collaborators being yours truly) Girls With Slingshots - Relationships and cats, lot's of cats, and a cactus. Penny-Arcade - You know that game you like? they made a strip about it. Supernormal Step - Fiona is trapped in an odd mirrored world, with magic 'n stuff. Manly Guys Doing Manly Things - The title pretty efficiently explains it all. Nedroid - I don't know, a bird, sort of. And a Bear-Potato or something, you tell me. Evil Inc. - Evil made tax deductible. Go Get A Roomie - Lesbians (don't judge me) NSFW Trenches - About game testers I think, it's new. So far so good! My Twitter - Not a webcomic, but you should totally follow that one ;)
Posted September 4, 2011 at 11:21 am
Traffic is great, feedback is great and you guys are great! One month in and twogag.com has reached a level I though would take me a year or so to reach, there are no words! Here are some words: 2gag (at the time of me writing this) is above rank 50 over at Top Webcomics, thank you to those who voted, and please continue to do so. I will try and give you guys new incentives at a regular basis. I still need to get better at the buffer thing, usually when you guys see a newly uploaded strip it's been finished for 5 minutes. It gets stressful at times but I'm glad I've made it so far without any mayor delays. However having no buffer leaves me paranoid about real life stuff getting in my way of drawing, luckily I don't have much of a life these days. But I still plan to remedy the situation. What else is new... Well it's only been a month so there isn't much going on besides the strip itself. However I have played around with the idea of starting up a shop of sorts. Trying something small, like a t-shirt or two through an on demand service, like spreadshirt to test the waters wouldn't be much of a risk. But I'm just not sure yet, I have a track record of getting ahead of myself and I don't like that to happen with 2gag, I need to pace myself. I think that's all, yeah... OK, so that's this month's status report. Now back to our regular 2gaging.
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