Okay guys so that post from almost a year ago where I said get your hopes up? Sorry. The year's been crazy. I haven't been artistically idle, just pouring my energy into something which is a bit easier to work on piecemeal. I'm sure I at least mentioned it before, but what I'm talking about is the illustrated calligraphy journal I keep for the Dungeons and Dragons game I play in. It's a project that right now a represented in the physical world by three hardback books that were blank when I got them and now are filling rapidly. I'm still figuring out in what way to put these online. I don't think I would want to use this DA account because I
I have been goddamn busy, guys, and what time I've had for art lately has been taken up by something that requires a lot less intense emotional focus than this comic. I plan to put it online at some point and in some form--possibly on a different DA account since I only want sequential comic pages on this one. It's a pair of handwritten books done in calligraphy (because I'm insane) as companions to the D&D game I'm in right now: my wizard's spellbook and her journal account of the campaign as well as her backstory. They've got like illustrations and stuff and are pretty cool if you're into that sort of thing, and I got the privilege of havin
It's been almost three months and that's uncool, but I was busy getting settled at a new part-time job as a local radio DJ! Shouldn't take up too much of my time from here out though.
Hm, what else. Oh yes, a new Summer version of the Nuzlocke Forums Extravaganza is slated to start in a week or so! Check the details here!
Oh, and for those of you who missed it, the logs of the raucous and chaotic Nuzlocke Panel I was involved in can be viewed here!
Finally, the first chapter of Kanto is done! I'm going to try really hard to keep things shorter and less wordy from here; if I don't then the comic will never end. Action next time, I promise y
I've always hoped to see this comic continue. It was the first thing that sort of opened my eyes to how dark of a situation Pokemon would be if you applied any real-life logic to it. I have many hours of fantastic reading, this comic included, to thank for that.