Because I already used “A Dilemma of Horns:”
The horns got away from me (as spiral horns often do), probably because I didn’t exactly set out with a destination in mind:
Only briefly, though. Managed to do nothing more important than wash some underwear; the rest of the day was spent napping or playing various digital card games.
“We’re hiding from the world this weekend.”
There has been A Thing pretty much every weekend for the last two months, and this is the first on where we are more or less not really obligated to do anything, so we are choosing to do nothing.
Not to blame my tools or anything, but the pen quit cooperating about halfway through this, resulting in scribbly lines where I would try to sketch quickly but ended up going back and forth over the same area.
Being tired and in a hurry probably didn’t help either.
Sketching around while watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (I’m late to the party but I’m enjoying Season 1), which is the excuse I’ll give for the misdated drawing and the blue dragon influence:
I could go back and do some bad counting (as it turns out, some of the posts from November when I chewed through the Thanksgiving backlog were misnumbered, so all bets are off), but I’m having a hard enough time working up the interest to make the effort to post, so, new numbering going forward and we’ll just finish counting the old posts as I add them retroactively.
Anyhow, Now that I’ve explained the first part of the title, I suppose I should make some sense of the second:
It’s a deck full of silly little fish men that only gets better the more fish men you have. It’s actually fairly effective (though there are definitely some things I need for it to work), and probably my best deck right now.