Sunday, June 27, 2010

ECTOPIARY, Page 30

LATEST PAGE VIEWABLE HERE!
A reasonable new page. I wish they all were this coherent. As will be seen by the pages to come, I've made cultural references which suggest that the story takes place sometime around 1956 - 1957. I originally intended the time period to be a bit more vague; I didn't want to be tied down to incorporating un-ignorable contemporaneous events into the fabric of the book. We are all assigned our own personal albatrosses in spite of ourselves.
Speaking of which, as promised, for the sake of readers with a need to know, here is my penis:
(Sorry, ladies, the homunculus is not a guaranteed attachment to the featured item.)

Sunday, June 20, 2010

ECTOPIARY, Page 29

NEW PAGE HERE.

The comic is moving along briskly. Many pages are in production right now. My buffer is slowly regenerating strength. I'm hoping people are enjoying the results.
In place of my own usual renderings, I'm posting this astounding drawing by the talented Krissy Dorn. I rarely receive "fan art" that impresses me like this. I heartily endorse it and her amazing squirrel drawings on her blog: http://sxwrl.blogspot.com/
Next week : drawings of my genitals.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

ECTOPIARY, Page 28

CURRENT PAGE OF ECTOPIARY CAN BE LOOKED AT HERE.

I'm actually pleased with the current page. I like dogs.
In a couple of weeks, I'm going to attempt parceling out parts of the Ectopiary site with Project Wonderful advertising. Probably this is a vain gesture at pulling some income from my cartooning efforts.
My teenage comics are still elusive. Perhaps it is simpy for the best that they remain unfound. The only images I can muster up this week for this blog are some photos from my years as a Zeitgeist Basement Gnome in Cambridge.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

ECTOPIARY, Page 27

Newest ECTOPIARY page HERE.

I think I'm finally starting to produce some pages that don't make me cringe. I hope my readers will sympathise with my affinity for these more recent efforts.
According to the counter on the main page of the Ectopiary site, the comic passed 10,000 hits on Tuesday. I don't know if this counts for much in the grand scheme of webcomics, but I consider it a small personal victory.
I have yet to locate the comics pages from my teenage years. Maybe next week I will be able to post some. As a placation, here is a casual snapshot of myself in younger days.