Merry Christmas! Enjoy the holiday season!

Another year has gone by! I have updated the site a bit to make it more easily navigable–the art and comics are now in galleries in the top menu and I’ve picked the comics slider apart into separate banners again. I do have a new zine due to come out at the end of the month as well, so keep an eye out for that!

Thanks for sticking around! There will be some more changes to the site soon, so be on the lookout.

Weekly Round Up: Inktober Week 3

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I can’t believe I’m going to make it! 21 days down!!! I’ve officially beaten my past Inktober records, and I’m pretty confident that I’ll make it through.

In terms of updates: I have been seriously ill this week! Fevers, vomiting, that kind of stuff. At first I dismissed it as the usual, but it ended up being a serious bug and I had to chill for a day. I’m all caught up and feeling a lot better though! I was planning on releasing a mini this week, but because I spent most of the week out of it, I couldn’t finish the work on it and now I’m putting it off in favour of a project (mentioned in the Patreon). The project is super important to me!! 

See you next week!

Weekly Round Up: Inktober Week 2

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Hey all! I’ve been awfully busy this week with my full-time job (it will only get worse!), so I ended up posting the previous two days super late. I do assure you, though, they were DONE!!

Plans for next week:

  • A new MINI
  • More Inktobers (we’re HALFWAY DONE!)
  • A new Debris of Daily Life comic! That one will be out tomorrow 😉

Keep an eye out!

Happy Inktober!

Happy Inktober to one and all! For those not in the know, Inktober is a month where many artists decide to challenge their inking skills. This’ll be my third year participating, and hopefully my first year finishing!

The theme for this year is Rowlet (my favourite Pokemon). Except for today, I’ll be doing weekly roundup posts on the blog to showcase the Inktober drawings. If you want to keep up, I’ll be actively updating:

I hope you all enjoy!

Commission: Family Cats

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L to R: Boots, Jersey, Moth, Smokey (RIP), and Spooky

A long time ago, I was commissioned to draw the family cats for my mother-in-law to use on stationary. She commissioned me again to draw Spooky, an adopted feral who came to us last winter. 

Anyone who has been following me will recall a series of progressively worse happenings: my tablet drivers not working, Photoshop crashing repeatedly, and the inability to run most of my programs. The commission got put on hold.

In the meanwhile, Spooky gave birth to five kittens. One was adopted almost right away, but the other four stayed with us. We chose to adopt Moth initially, and then Jersey, picking them both up in July. Boots and Smokey were left with Spooky.

Then: my computer went through a mauling. It was an HP all-in-one and so if something happens to one part of the computer, it happens to the WHOLE computer. The monitor had gotten pushed and smashed into a water glass, which in turn spilled all over the dang thing. My mother-in-law covered the costs of the new computer, so to thank her, I finished the commission and did the four kittens still in the family.

So, in summation, we should all applaud my mother-in-law for not only being a generous soul, but also for enabling me to progress my career as an artist! She’s a fantastic person and I’m looking forward to seeing how she utilizes her stationary!