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. πŸ™‚

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 thatΒ 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!


  1. Time to went itchy with some strokes to ease them.
    A Roof and covered expenses first, stress relief from the itching comic secondary with a sidestory about Furr and Purr or Scales and Snails. maybe late for the show but a comment is a comment.
    Happy getting “Around & get Settled” and embrace the winter, he is coming! πŸ™‚

    1. Aiieee! I am so slow at replying. Sorry about that. Things have been busy here. πŸ™‚

      You’re absolutely right. I’ve at least toned down my initial plans a bit, and I’ll say more on how I plan to handle the hiatus in the next news post. πŸ™‚ I do keep trying to tackle too many things while forgetting that I’ve got a very different dynamic to live with now. I’m aiming for scales and snails in the next plot, though. πŸ˜‰ Should be a fun little jaunt for a bit.

      Thanks again for being so supportive. You’re fantastic, you know. πŸ˜€

  2. What about some digital filler art? That way you’re still drawing but it wouldn’t break up the artistic continuity of the comic. Also you wouldn’t have to worry about a side story going on for longer than it needs to. It would be nice to see some Tekk as it’s been a while. Just a thought!

  3. I think playing around with a digital side story would be really cool! Or honestly, do what makes you happy. If you do go on hiatus, you could always keep us coming back with random world-related art and/or whatever you feel like talking about

    1. Thanks. πŸ™‚ I think playing with digital art could be a fun change of pace while I get my life put back together. I’ll see what I can plan out this week and hopefully I can get started on making those pages for you guys. I like the idea, myself.

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