blinddog3d wrote:How can you knit a katana?
I didn't say it would be a /good/ katana. And yes, that is part of the joke. But I refer you to this fine example. I hadn't looked it up before I drew the shirt, but I knew I could count on the world community of geek knitters not only to have done it, but to have taken a picture and put it on the Internet. But then, I've personally seen more than one example of knit celery in my life, so basically the take-away here is that Rule 34 also applies to knitting.
I considered making the fourth panel "PISTON ENGINE", but that would have been harder to draw in 60x60px.
Katana aren't str8 they are curved. I guess that's the joke?
Thanks for the feedback on the art. I actually tried to make the blade both narrower and slightly curved. In that level of definition and colorspace I couldn't find a way to make it narrower without losing the mirror shine. When I tried to get that teeeeeeeny bit curved, it looked like either a cutlass or a mistake. Think of it as another type of sword if you like.