Hey everyone! This past weekend I was lucky enough to share a booth with the always amazing Doubleclicks (they begin an East Coast/Midwest tour this week so make sure you go see them if they are coming to your city) where I sketched Doubleclicks themed art for folks. It was fun and amazing and I hope one day I get to do something like this again. It was thrown together at the last minute, so I apologize to anyone who didn't know I was going to be there.
Here are the sketches from the weekend. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and who requested a sketch!
(super adorable Pokemon kids!)
So.... it's been *eyes calender* oh geez, a month since I did one of these. Y'all follow my comics on their own, right? RIGHT? Does anyone find value in these updates or should I just let the comics do their own thing without this aggregation?
At any rate, here are the last month worth of comics. Enjoy and thanks for reading!
|Over at Cthulhu Slippers, incompetence is put to the ultimate test.|
|Nyar tries again at being covert.|
|Something about never looking a gift squid in the mouth.|
|Do you really need to print that. Really?|
|Over at Over-Encumbered we learn about housecleaning.|
|In which Yukon gets a little too frisky with the help.|
|The great fire orb claims another victim.|
|In which there is some trouble with the neighbor's summoning.|
|Rodent control can be a tricky business.|
If you are unfamiliar with the musical wanderings of The Doubleclicks, I highly recommend you check them out and then buy all their things. The wee velociraptor's words are from their song Clever Girl.
Also speaking of feathered dinosaurs, here are a few fun facts I discovered while researching our fluffy little raptor friend:
- There is strong evidence that velociraptors had large feathers on their forearms.
- Tyrannasaurs were probably fuzzy - at least, Yutyrannus huali was (that's assuming Yutyrannus huali is indeed a member of the tyrannasaur family once all the scientific challenges have been settled).
- The color of some dino feathers are known (sort of - there's still research into the fossilization process of Melanosomes - the color indicating bits - and how much they deform).
- More suspected colors - meet Sinosauropteryx.