Here are articles I write that are updates about the Inhumane Resources Webcomic, Mobinge (a webcomic platform that hosts IR) or anything else that strikes my fancy.
Here’s my latest comic: https://inhumaneresourcescomic.com/#/panel/258.
I’ve got two minor characters coming up. If someone wants their likeness immortalized by my questionable drawing skills, send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. I need a man and a woman, both I imagine to be in their 20s or 30s, though possibly older.
Here’s my latest comic: https://inhumaneresourcescomic.com/#/panel/250. It’s my second one to feature the eye ripper. Warning, the rest of this post describes how to operate a device designed to maim someone.
Here’s my latest comic: https://inhumaneresourcescomic.com/#/panel/240
Here’s my latest comic: https://inhumaneresourcescomic.com/#/panel/236
The quick news is that my son, Zane, has a comic called “The Other Adventurers”, and I’ve posted it to a web site, making it the first comic other than “Inhumane Resources” to use Mobinge. You can see it at https://www.theotheradventurers.com
This comic is more properly the end fo my first year. I first put a comic on my website on New Year’s Even, 2017, which is tomorrow.
I’m always a little surprised when I still enjoy writing this comic. It has, as best I can tell, next to zero readers. When I write, I’ve got a constant low-level anxiety about whether anyone wants to read it and maybe I’m just a hack. That’s there with a webcomic, too, but it’s much more muted.
All the staff is in one room, and I’m not happy about it. You can pretty well measure how long a comic takes me to draw by how many unique people I have to draw.
My latest post is kind of the end of part one. If I decide to print these up in a physical form, probably the first book would end here. These conversations that take two or three months to finish will be done.
I’m on my way to updating DNS to move our hosting from S3 to Cloudfront. For you, gentle reader, the only thing you’ll notice is that the website will be a little faster.
I’ve got my Webcomic wrapped up in Jekyll, which helps me set up navigation, a standard layout and this very blog. I started out on a Facebook group, but I didn’t like posting there for some reason (spoiler alert: it’s because Facebook sucks). Now, I’ve got my own blog to post, and I thought I’d thank everyone who helped me so far.