Hello, all! I've got a quick couple bits of Evil Plan news for y'all.
Smack Jeeves is going down for good, you can see their announcement over here at this link. I'm still working on getting the bulk of the comic up elsewhere, but have been giving priority to other projects. However, it's still important to me to make sure that people can still get access to the comic. So I've bundled it up and tossed it up on itch.io, which you can see here.
I'm still committed to making sure that people can read the comic for free, so the main archive can be downloaded as a pay-what-you-want. But I also put a file with all the vote incentives and extra comics up for $25.
As always, thank you. I had to reread the whole comic to make sure all the pages were there, and it was quite the trip. I'm still so happy that we got to make this!
Did you miss conventions this year? Me too! Especially since they're my main source of income. I am wide open for both digital and watercolor commission right now, and I can get yours done well before the holidays.
Email me with any inquiries: email@example.com Want more information but are feeling shy? I've got plenty over here: https://www.alexisroyce.ink/commission-information/
Here's my twitter post for it, retweets would help a lot: https://twitter.com/Alexis_Royce/status/1333489302760730626
Whooo! Good morning and just a nice thing that happened: Giada Zavarise over at Rock, Paper, Shotgun wrote an article about sound and word bubbles, and mentioned my game May I Take Your Order positively! I really wanted that moment to stand out, so it was really gratifying to see it appreciated. It's a good article on how we depict speech visually in games, and how it can hinder the UI and visuals if not handled well.
And hey, as a webcomic artist fumbling her way into games, it's really heartening to hear that my background might have something positive to add, instead of just inexperience. So thank you very much!