These can be a fun way to share everyday experiences and frustrations. But inspiration doesn't always strike when you are in front of the computer, and not everyone has a smart-phone with convenient apps to make rage comics whenever, wherever. Well, fret no more my friends - enter the Pocket Rage Maker! Yes, with this handy little tin, you too can experience the joy and satisfaction of making rage comics on the go!
(I suppose it should be said that rage comics often contain material that may be unsuitable for some readers, including [but ommited here] the classic "f7u12" text implying someone cursing in frustration. While it is up to you what you put in your own comics, keep this in mind when sharing your comics with others or viewing them online)
Step 1: Gather materials...
White enamel-coated metal sheet (to act as a dry-erase board)
Magnetic sheet (I used a sheet of magnetic business cards)
Spray adhesive or glue
Black felt scrap
Black fabric scrap
Fine-tip permanent marker
Emery cloth or sandpaper
Dremel tool with cutoff wheel
Gluegun (not shown)
You will also need access to a computer (with internet connection) and a printer
Note: Use all necessary safety equipment and follow all saftey procedures when working with sharp objects and power tools. Always use spray paints and other aerosol products in a well ventilated area. Minors should be under the supervison of adults.