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A Very Strange Man: Back Online

Thursday, December 31, 2015
A Very Strange Man animated pink promo

For those of you who were having trouble accessing my Very Strange Man series: the comic’s website ran into some unexpected technical issues and had to be shutdown while I was on winter vacation. I’ve since fixed the issues and the entire series is back online. You can start from the beginning here or jump to the last installment here.

Don’t miss your opportunity to read/share the comic before my hacker arch-nemesis dismantles my website again (or, in a far more likely scenario, my faulty hbml coding skills cause my website to explode again). :P

Sunflower Dog

Sunday, December 27, 2015
large dog in a sunflower field

Recently I’ve been experimenting with some new digital illustration and coloring techniques. Here’s an illustration of my parent’s dog I created on my Surface Pro over the holidays.

Jingle Jingle…

Saturday, December 19, 2015
Christmas statistical fact

Happy Holidays everyone!

The Strange Saga Concludeth!

Thursday, December 10, 2015
very strange man partie cinq promo large

My latest comic, the final installment of A Very Strange Man, has been posted here. Like Star Wars, this saga is best experienced on the big screen. I recommend reading on a laptop/desktop moniter in full screen mode (F11 on most PCs).

If you’re new to the series or need a refresher (it’s been a few months since the last one) you can start from the beginning here.

I started production on this series in October 2014 with the intention of finishing it before the following summer. It’s been a little over a year now that work on this series has consumed the majority of my free time, my weekends and my summer. I’ve missed out on a lot of events/hikes/vacation, I’ve neglected friends, I’ve neglected my finances. On the plus side I was able to see a long-term personal goal through to completion (which doesn’t happen every day). Also the very act of devoting so much time working out ideas and themes I feel strongly about via the creative process will probably save me thousands of dollars in therapy bills down the road.

In summary I don’t know if this comic was really worth the year it took to make it but I’m pretty confident that YOU will not regret the few minutes it takes to read it. Salud, happy weekend, hope you enjoy my silly comic. I’m going to meander away from the computer now and pass out on the closest piece of furniture with cushions on it.

Tomorrow’s another day, full of new possibilities and I look forward to greeting it with a stupid grin on my face…

Final Stages of Partie Cinq

Monday, December 7, 2015

A Very Strange Man comic notes and revisions

Various notes, revisions, and reference photos from the upcoming A Very Strange Man Partie Cinq. I’m currently in the final stages of the production process (web layout, tweaking artwork, resolving technical issues) and should be putting a bow on the comic soon.

A Very Strange Man Partie Cinq Teaser #1

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
promotional ad for 'a very strange man part 4'