Chloe’s dad is kinduva dork, but he’s got cool toys.
Did Dr. Knott’s beaver teeth get longer?
Not everyone shares your concerns, good doctor.
This was supposed to go up yesterday, but the beginning of the fall term disrupted the workflow. Whoops!
Liz will make sure you do the right thing.
I am a bit behind on updating this week due to a big move to my new house. Despite setting up an internet connection on the day of the move, I could not get to setting up my computer until yesterday, when I discovered I could not plug in the computer until I bought a three prong adapter, which I could not buy until this morning because I have had so many things to buy lately. For want of a nail, the war was lost. Well, it’s not that tragic. Tomorrow we will resume our regularly scheduled M-W-F updates. Cheers!
A few stylistic changes you might notice with this story: digital lettering, and more use of brush over pen. Page dimensions changed over time, too, as I sought to fit more action and drawing on to the page. I chose digital lettering mostly because my hand was getting cramped lettering the traditional way. A few years later I would resume lettering by hand for a few years, but then cramping got worse, so these days I am back to lettering on a computer, and drawing in a total digital environment, too, as you can see with the Otherworldly Goods story of Fetch. Drawing on larger pages allowed for a lot more experimentation, too.