The Great Big Move Has Been Completed!

…now we’re entering into the Great Big Settling Down.

I’m in Victoria! I have been for a little over a week now. Not quite two weeks. I’m unpacked – or at least my suitcases are – and I’m in temporary lodging, looking for a real home and a real job. There is more (or will be more) about that over here, at the blog I’ve started keeping:


It’s a way to keep friends and family back home updated about my life and my progress, but I think you guys might get a kick out of it, too. If you’re curious about my life, take a look. Feel free to ask me questions. It’ll make me feel more connected to normalcy. 🙂

As for comic stuff, I’m pondering how to handle things, given the situation. I still have enough comics in the buffer and enough goodies for Patreon to last until nearly the end of October, but I actually have my doubts that I’ll have a real home with solid internet in time to avoid having to go on hiatus after that. I packed my belongings into a BigSteelBox for the move and I get to go take a look at it tomorrow, however, so I might be able to get some pieces of my desktop computer out. All except for my monitor and a few unnecessary bits, I think. I can probably use my ancient 8 year old laptop for a monitor in the meanwhile… It might work. I won’t be able to get my art supplies back – those are buried at the back of the box – but I might soon have Photoshop and my Intuos tablet again, even if I don’t have my paints.

So… I’m thinking that if I have time, and I definitely have time right now, I could maybe do some comics that aren’t watercolored? Maybe I could take a pseudo hiatus in order to tell a side story and do the art in Photoshop so I’m not wrecking continuity with a different art style all of a sudden, but I can still provide all of you with content to check out.

It’s an idea.

Orrrrr I just properly go on hiatus. I’m really allergic to going on hiatus. It makes me itchy.

Comments welcome!

Important News: The Great Big Move Has Begun!

You’ve possibly noticed already that I’ve gotten a bit quieter than usual. There was also a period where I fell behind a bit in updating some of the categories on Patreon. I mentioned a while back that I’ll be moving to Victoria, BC in September, and the beginnings of the moving process kind of sneaked up on me and swallowed a lot more time than anticipated. First of all, sorry for that. I like to keep things rolling as best as I’m able, but it all got away on me for a while. ._.

The good news is that that shouldn’t happen from here on in. Here, I have enough comics loaded into the queue to last until nearly the end of October,  and on Patreon I have enough sketchbook pages and side story updates to last the same amount of time. A good chunk of what I’ve uploaded is automated, so even if I’m not around, you’ll still get pages.  The story of Prophecy of the Circle should continue unhindered while I myself am all discombobulated. 🙂

I will still be a lot quieter. I’m going to spend the next day or two trying to catch up on comments and messages that’ve piled up while I’ve been busy so far, and then after that I’ll probably be doing responses maybe once a week  until I get settled and established on the other side.

I won’t be able to edit or fix any of the pages in the queue.  Not for a while, anyway. There’s one or two of you who tend to seek out my typos. You can totally still go ahead and make a note of them in the comments, but just know that it’s going to be several weeks and possibly over a month (maybe as long as two months, depending on if I can get my desktop suitably set up or not) until I can fix anything. All I’m going to have for a while is my phone, my tablet, and an eight year old laptop that can’t handle Photoshop.

Storenvy and Commissions are currently closed. My Redbubble shop will stay open, though, since I don’t actually handle anything besides designing products there. 🙂

When I get a handle on all of this, Twitter is where I update the most about the state of my life. It’s gone quiet as well while I scramble to stay on top of this huge event but it should light up again with chatter from me soon. Follow me there if you’re curious. 🙂

I’m really, really allergic to going on hiatus, apparently.

Thanks for understanding! Hope to get things back to normal around here soon. 😀

Necklaces and Fanart


Tarsin bond-necklace inspired jewellery. It exists! This is just the first batch. I’m hoping to create more over time, and I have some in-the-works Tieke City inspired necklaces as well that’ll pop up as they’re completed. For now, you can enjoy these (hopefully) fine offerings.

These are all one-of-a-kind, although some are similar to one another. Still, no two will ever be the same. They range in price from $25 USD to $35 USD, depending on the length, mostly.

There are more details available in the shop at Storenvy.



I also have two new pieces in the fanart gallery from last month, both from DeviantArt. The first is a Tarsin alongside a Kilm from Shades of Gray (a comic I need to give a read-through, yet), drawn by chuckyzoopa.


The second features Jahrd and Shan’rekk and it was part of a trade with Sarah Sellers, the creator of another webcomic Dragontry.