I’ve discovered prose. Prose is amazing. I’ll do more SCB later. But I’m working on a novel. Updates are going to be spotty, at best, until it is done.
Sickness, family stuff, and poor planning leave me with no pages to post this month. Very sorry! I’ll get you more next month, God willing.
Thanks to fuzzy friend Xial for pulling all sorts of disgusting things out of SCB and Oscar’s guts. On track for a January update, now.
I’ve posted more details on the hacking at my Patreon Account. Running my own web site is getting difficult.
Probably because I didn’t secure it properly last time. I think all the bad junk is out, but I’m not sure. Proceed with caution, and if anything seems weird, then just cruise.
Also, I don’t have enough content for a December update. I’ll post some WIP pages as proof of work later. The holidays are hard for a family man. Hoping to put six pages up in January.
My site is so much prettier now. Screw you capitalism!
Also I broke $10 a page on my Patreon, so I don’t really need that extra $.01 a day now.
I tend to have movies on while I draw. Usually terrible horror movies. But not always. Some highlights:
The Barricade (2012) — Asshole psychiatrist and terrible dad hits a wolf with his car, and leaves it to die cold and alone in the woods. No one cares. There’s something about a haunted house in there, too, but I couldn’t stop thinking about that poor wolf. They’re an endangered species, you know!
American Psycho (2000) — A sexy, refined Christian Bale welcomes a variety of guests into his home and shares his love of 80s pop music with them. A cat is almost, but not actually, inserted into an ATM.
Movies that Didn’t Suck
The Machinist (2004) — A dark, brutal meditation on guilt, featuring scary power tools and a wicked haunted house sequence. Christian Bale is less sexy than usual, but still really good.
The Babadook (2014) — Children’s books are creepy, parenting is hard, and depression has big sharp claws and won’t leave your basement. Brilliant.
Actually honestly American Psycho didn’t suck either, but it was pretty ridiculous, especially when it gets all mind-fucky at the end.
That’s all. You can go, now.
I have a new interview up on Sacred and Sequential. Go over and read it, if you want to learn about my train wreck of a faith, and how it influences my comics.