No doubt you have noticed that between-chapter breaks have been running a bit longer than usual. I apologize for that. It’s especially nerve-wracking, as I’ve been getting more and more messages from people picking it up for the first time. Like, “There’s more coming! I promise! Ah!”Read More »
Just in time for Christmas in July, I’m having a Sufficiently Remarkable Summer Sale. Half price on SuRe products like minicomics, pins, and shirts! Get them while the sale lasts.
Also, don’t forget to check out my Patreon for updates, artwork, comics, and even a Totoro drawing ever month.Read More »
First of all, apologies for the wait. Second, a sincere thank you to everybody who wrote in to tell me how much you enjoy SuRe, and how much you looked forward to seeing it return. Thirdly, a bit of a plug:
Over the break, I launched my official Patreon campaign. It was a year in the making, and I have to give many thanks to Cole at Patreon for holding my hand through the process. I had been burned a bit by my Kickstarter that launched this comic, so I was hesitant to re-enter the world of crowdfunding. I hope, with the help of Patreon, we can have a relationship that’s a lot less stressful for all involved. Check out my page, where you can support all my work, including SuRe, and in return, you’ll have access to my work-in-progress blog, goofy extra stuff, and even new books as they are published. Current backers already had an early peek at the sketches for this page. So if you’ve ever been curious at what goes into making each SuRe update, consider backing today!Read More »
Hope you’ve enjoyed Sufficiently Remarkable so far. I had a lot of fun drawing it. We’ve hit the end of what I’ve come to call the “pilot” arc of the series—the part of the story that debuted on Strip Search a few years ago.
During this pilot period, I had a chance to try out a lot of different narrative techniques, drawing styles, and strip lengths. Some of it worked, some of it didn’t. I decided that once this pilot period was over, I’d take some time to reflect on what I learned about the comic, its characters, and its audience. That’s what I’m going to be talking about in this post…Read More »
Next weekend I’ll be in Portland, Oregon for Rose City Comic Con. You can find me at Table Q9, and I’ll be selling books and drawing sketches all weekend!Read More »