sorry about the delay again. If you've wandered over to the comic-index
section, you'll notice it's a bit borked. I've been working with Conrad
(roommate, also awesome) to get the thing not to add indivdual tags
for every new piece of text that's added to the page, but in doing
so... well, it's a bit borked. I'm
going to give you the .jpg link here, hopefully this'll get worked
through before I have to make the SIX HOUR DRIVE BACK TO ROCHESTER
IN THE MORNING. D:
am back in Rochester and Kyreeth (webhost!) has come to my rescue
and fixed everything! Thank you thank you thank you thank you!
sorry about the delay. Finals just ended for me, so hopefully
I'll have more time to do this on a more regular schedule in the near
an up-side, this is one of the dumbest, cutest pages I've ever done.
I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I enjoyed drawing it. (teehee
it's in the middle of the week— I'm going to be driving around
visiting people for the holiday and won't have guaranteed access to
the internets this weekend.
it's been a bit, finals are coming up. Here's something small to tide
b'jebus, there's either something horribly wrong with either Dreamweaver
or my comic page index, or both, because it took eleven minutes to
change the numerical date of the comic. That's two numbers, Dreamweaver.
What the crap. Brian
says he's on it; he's my perpetual go-to guy for web design whatsits.
small shout-out for Blurry, who finally more or less ended his comic,
No 4th Wall to
Break today. I will never stop loving you, Malefax.
Another shout-out for Stephen-From-The-Internet, who does some
other comic because he totally went and got himself married. Wow.
At this rate, I might have a chance of finishing this chapter befor
the year is over!
blinds are fun to color.
one page, one cover.
went and lost my original font for my cover images a while back, but
this one seems to be working out pretty well.
I'm good at making the newsposts boring. Just so you know, I do keep
a regular journal.
Sometimes, there's art! And assorted words!
what did I tell you! It's another page! Now the real trick is to see
if I can get something done for next week. Hoo doggy.
not sure if I mentioned this here, but I was a part of a comic anthology
Limits earlier this year. You can check out the first page of
my submission on the site, or buy the book if you're into that sort