My name's Ian White. I'm a 20 year old amateur musician/masher upper from Canada. Sometimes I use offensive terms in a perscriptive, non-hateful sense. Cause I'm fuckin crazy
~ Saturday, June 15 ~
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final strip search comic of the season
topics were Creation, Morality and Good vs Evil

final strip search comic of the season

topics were Creation, Morality and Good vs Evil

Tags: strip search stripsearch religion
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~ Tuesday, June 4 ~
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more strip search
today’s topics: religion and candy

more strip search

today’s topics: religion and candy

Tags: stripsearch strip search candy religion
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~ Friday, May 24 ~
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strip search time. This week’s topics were Cars and Cats

strip search time. This week’s topics were Cars and Cats

Tags: strip seach stripsearch cars cats karkat
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~ Tuesday, May 14 ~
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this week’s topics: dinosaurs and rollerskates.

Also a bonus epilogue, because stick figures take less than 90 minutes to draw

Tags: stripsearch strip search dinosaurs rollerskates
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~ Friday, May 10 ~
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Plumbing the Strip Search mines for old topics to do a 90 minute comic on. Here is “space” and “ping pong” from the first week. 
Everything is blurry because Gimp crashed and I had to salvage it from a screencap. Life is hard sometimes.

Plumbing the Strip Search mines for old topics to do a 90 minute comic on. Here is “space” and “ping pong” from the first week.


Everything is blurry because Gimp crashed and I had to salvage it from a screencap. Life is hard sometimes.

Tags: strip search stripsearch khoo space pingpong
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~ Thursday, May 9 ~
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Mashup Monday came late this week (and every other week)

Kokoro no Slamjam

Tags: one piece space jam mashup
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~ Saturday, May 4 ~
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Strip Search bonus round!
Today’s topics were: Secret Sasquatch

Strip Search bonus round!

Today’s topics were: Secret Sasquatch

Tags: secrets sasquatch strip search stripsearch
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~ Friday, May 3 ~
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today’s topics: naughty and mystery
see if you can spot where I use them

today’s topics: naughty and mystery

see if you can spot where I use them

Tags: strip search naughty mystery stripsearch
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~ Tuesday, April 23 ~
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arcribbins:

Ok, so…since we started watching Strip Search, my husband had wanted me to try to draw a strip using the random words and time limit of an elimination challenge. And today, after we watched the episode which had the prompts “Flatulence” and “Country Fair,” I actually had a chance to do it.
I made myself come up with the idea as quickly as possible (uh, obviously?), and shaved 15 minutes off the allotted 90 minutes since I couldn’t sit down and draw it immediately after hearing the words. So this art is what I can do in 75 minutes and it’s LAUGHABLY SCRAPPY. This is not only the first comic I’ve drawn in months, but I almost always do my preliminary comic sketches by hand so going computer only was rough. Was working up to the last second! So I’m even more amazed at what those artists are turning out so far! :D (Seriously, go look at Katie’s) Yay, Strip Search!

arcribbins:

Ok, so…since we started watching Strip Search, my husband had wanted me to try to draw a strip using the random words and time limit of an elimination challenge. And today, after we watched the episode which had the prompts “Flatulence” and “Country Fair,” I actually had a chance to do it.

I made myself come up with the idea as quickly as possible (uh, obviously?), and shaved 15 minutes off the allotted 90 minutes since I couldn’t sit down and draw it immediately after hearing the words. So this art is what I can do in 75 minutes and it’s LAUGHABLY SCRAPPY. This is not only the first comic I’ve drawn in months, but I almost always do my preliminary comic sketches by hand so going computer only was rough. Was working up to the last second! So I’m even more amazed at what those artists are turning out so far! :D (Seriously, go look at Katie’s) Yay, Strip Search!


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playalongwithstripsearch:

I couldn’t really play along with the duck tour, or the interview challenges, so my next attempt is Elimination Round 2 (http://www.penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/elimination-2) The themes to incorporate were “Future” and “Lost”. I’ve been trying to draw these digitally like the contestants were doing, but since watching the Strip Search panel at PAX video, I realized those contestants just happened to prefer to go digital. If I were in the elimination chair, I’d be able to use whatever media I preferred to draw my strips. Here’s the panel, which is pretty interesting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nygxZGRfnY
I like that even though the challenges the contestants face are not always about making comics, the way to save yourself from elimination is making a comic. It gets back to the roots of what it means to be a cartoonist. You could fail at being interviewed, or remembering details about Seattle, but you could still stay on the show if you can make a good comic.

playalongwithstripsearch:

I couldn’t really play along with the duck tour, or the interview challenges, so my next attempt is Elimination Round 2 (http://www.penny-arcade.com/strip-search/episode/elimination-2) The themes to incorporate were “Future” and “Lost”. I’ve been trying to draw these digitally like the contestants were doing, but since watching the Strip Search panel at PAX video, I realized those contestants just happened to prefer to go digital. If I were in the elimination chair, I’d be able to use whatever media I preferred to draw my strips. Here’s the panel, which is pretty interesting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nygxZGRfnY

I like that even though the challenges the contestants face are not always about making comics, the way to save yourself from elimination is making a comic. It gets back to the roots of what it means to be a cartoonist. You could fail at being interviewed, or remembering details about Seattle, but you could still stay on the show if you can make a good comic.


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