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Buzzing

2013-12-06 12:36 am
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As the curtains close on this prologue chapter to Sufficiently Remarkable, and we prepare to move into the first chapter of our story, I have another transition to announce:

A little while back, I was invited to join the Hiveworks comic affiliate network and publishing studio. Suffice to say, I have enthusiastically accepted the offer, nestling me amongst the ranks of some of my favorite webcomics, and laying the groundwork for what I hope will be a beautiful relationship.

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Art on the Mind

2013-11-20 1:21 am
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​Hey New Yorkers!

Tonight at ABC No Rio is the opening reception of Collect, Store, Retrieve, an exploration of the “mechanics, makeup, fallibility, and plasticity of memory.” The show is curated by Brian George and Kelly Savage and is funded in part with support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.

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Grand Opening

2013-11-10 10:43 pm
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​Hey Everyone, welcome to the official opening of Sufficiently Remarkable! Brought to you by the amazing folks who backed my Kickstarter in July, this site is the new home for the pilot comic I pitched as the final challenge in Strip Search, and hopefully for any other projects yet to come.

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Pardon the Dust

2013-10-27 8:39 pm
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It’s taken a bit longer than expected, but here we are. If you’re seeing this, you’re one of my amazing Kickstarter backers (or a very lucky friend of one), and this is all possible thanks to you. The site is still in the works, so please don’t mind any funky menus or the occasional bug. We’ll get this ship running smooth in no time.

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Window Shopping

2013-10-07 3:39 pm
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​Welcome to Sufficiently Remarkable, a webcomic about four young adults who find out the hard way that you’re always coming of age. I would call this a grand opening, but in all honesty, this is all I’ve got at the moment. Behind that beautiful image you see posted above are a thousand internet gnomes hammering, sawing, and riveting the site architecture together. Well, maybe it’s just one guy pulling his hair out every time I change my mind on something.

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