MeCAF was great last weekend! Thank you to all the people who stopped by my table to read and buy some comics. I was very surprised with how well the show went. I’m looking forward to doing more shows like that in the future!
Hey! Thanks for being patient with this update. The weekly posting schedule feels really good so far. This page was fun and effortless to draw, which is unusual because I was feeling so rushed and overworked before. I think this schedule will work much better. I hope you don’t mind.
Also, I started experimenting with watercolor paints! Can you notice? I used to use Prismacolor art markers for the kind of “wash” feel in my comics, but they are expensive and not super flexible. The watercolor washes are super fun to do. I like it a lot. I need to learn more about watercolor technique, but for now it works well as a simple grayscale wash.
Have a great weekend!
Hey, I don’t know if any of you followed my other comic, Nonsense Thoughts, but I have decided to retire that comic. Instead of NT I will be posting a lot of new comics in that style on social media. I had been doing Nonsense Thoughts for eight years and want a change. Here’s the latest comic if you’re interested! 😀
Now Available: Paranormal Petunia – Part One
Exciting news! I finished the print book of Part One! I love how it came out and I have been so excited to share it with you! I am selling copies on my website. I hope you’ll check it out and maybe buy one. I’ll also be taking these to conventions this year while I work on Part Two. More pages are coming soon, so stick around!
As always, thank you so much for reading!
Hello darkness, my old friend
I’ve come to talk with you again
Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping
And the vision that was planted in my brain
Still remains within the sound of silence
Nobody has noticed the little Easter Egg that I mentioned! It has something to do with the last page and this page. I don’t want to give it away. If you’re interested, you may have to look back in the chapter a bit to figure it out. It’s nothing you need to notice, so maybe I should just shut my trap and let it be.