Yep, I'm gonna be that simple today. Not feeling all that great so I'm not really overflowing with words today. Here's Page 8's latest panel.
So as you can see on page 8's new panel, you see a bit more of our pushy inquisitor. Just a bit. By now I hope anyone reading this knows I'm not just trying to put another zombie comic into an already bloated market (some of you may have noticed on other pages that 'zombies' isn't even in the description of what this comic is about; 'scifi horror' encompasses my vision better).
As always, fire away with any questions and I will happily dance around them.
I was excited to put together a new system I got with my tax return (6 core processor! WOOOHOOOO!) but I’ve been fighting with it going on 2 weeks. Obviously that (and my steadily growing depression as my meds have run out) has cut into my production but FEAR NOT! I do have the next panel for page 8 RIGHT HERE!
My new system is mostly working now and I should be getting farther ahead (hopefully starting today).
However, recent developments have forced me to get back into the job market. As far as I can tell, this really SHOULDN’T cut into my production and I will continue to be on schedule for my weekly Monday updates.
If anyone reading this is looking for someone with experience writing technical documentation or even a helpdesk analyst in Buffalo please comment and I'll contact you.
That's all for now. Until next Monday (at the very least).
Okay, so I've been fighting with my new PC and haven't been able to get any work done on the comic itself but FEAR NOT! I have the first panel for page 8 up!
I thought I had announced this but apparently I fail at blogging. I had mentioned a surprise for today and just never posted it, so HERE IT IS:
THE REST OF PAGE 7!!
I also had mentioned that I had discovered Patreon.com. As they put it, the site is very similar to Kickstarter as it is a crowdsourcing site that allows you to support your favorite creators with as much (or little) money as you want. The difference being, where Kickstarter (and most sites like it) requires a creator to have a project with a start and end date, Patreon is for those of us with ongoing projects with no foreseeable end (e.g.: webcomic).
I'm still working out the structure of my Patreon campaign but I'll put it here once I have something solid (probably in a few more days).
Until then, enjoy page 7!!
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