Intermission

July 13, 2010

I’ll try to catch up to my own story while you look at some art of a very different style I did a few years ago.

Enjoy!

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9 Comments

  1. MaddogExplosive says:

    I love this comic, and I understand that it takes time to make quality… but these delays are getting kind of old.

  2. Mike says:

    It reminds me of the stitching art my grandmother makes, except of something cool, and not flowers.

  3. Brian says:

    I’m highly upset that I’m not in this picture alex :p

  4. ChibiRico says:

    Whoaw, what the hell? XD That was surprising. But it’s really…I’m not sure how to say it ._. But yeah, new style, you should try a comic like that, would be weirdsome to see. <<

  5. Zombie-man says:

    It looks really amazing! How much time did it take you to make this ?

  6. LaughingTarget says:

    Delays getting old? What, like once in the past few months? That’s hardly a troubling pattern. Try being a fan of UserFriendly. That comic has been posting reruns for the past 7 months.

    Anyway, nice style. It looks like a more detailed rotoscoping that some movies have attempted to use over the years.

  7. James says:

    I was confused when I tabbed back over here… I couldn’t figure out where I was… Cool art!

  8. Nax says:

    Ooo! Not bad, it would be great to see something more in this style.

  9. Alex says:

    I understand the concern about the delays, but keep in mind I do this on top of my full-time job. I’d love to commit more time on this, hell, it’s what I love to do and I hope some day to do it professionally. But, as it stands right now, real life comes first. If you can believe it, I barely make over a dollar a day on this website.

    Believe me, I’m just as disappointed in myself that I’m not able to get comics out on time. But the fact is, doing this in my spare time means that if any inconvenience comes up, like, say, getting extra hours at work, or a computer malfunction, or unexpectedly traveling to Florida for my sister’s dance competition and setting up my computer in my seven-year-old cousin’s room, it’s going to put some stress on the schedule.

    I’m not asking for all of you to like the fact that I can’t always deliver. I’d be unhappy if one of my favorite comics couldn’t keep up, too. All I’m asking for is understanding. (And, at the risk of sounding like a money-grubbing whore, donating or buying a t-shirt… OR telling someone you know about my comic… would be AWESOME.) There’ll be a comic up tomorrow, and I promise, as always, I’ll put my best effort behind it. I’m truly sorry for all of the inconsistencies in the past, and I’ll try to keep them to a minimum in the future.

    Keep readin’!

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