Well, to the comic. He’s still a long way from home. The previous story (or chapter) focused on the efforts of his family and friends to find him. This chapter (or story) is all about his adventures on the ocean.
I had a lot of fun with this story. I changed up how I drew the series, abandoning old sketch and marker tools for pen and brush and ink; used a larger size of Bristol; and played with different techniques.
As I was uploading this page, I noticed that the date for the image file was 1/20/2010. So dang. I drew this ten years ago! Where did the decade go? (Rhetorical question; don’t answer that; long story.) I hope y’all enjoy this story as much as I did creating it.
Don’t bother googling it. Dr. Knott has some eccentric theories.
Waiting room magazines kill brain cells.
Note about the magazine cover: I based it on an issue of O I saw in the grocery store. And my adoration of corgis.
This page should have appeared yesterday, but I forgot that Friday=post Wanderlost day. Fortunately a fan saying nice things about my stuff reminded me. (Thanks, Paul!)
So what I’m saying is heap praise upon me if you want more comics. No, that’s not what I’m saying. But please feel free to share pages you like on the Media of Social.
Dancing bunnies are shocking, indeed.
Say, mind if I plug my patreon? I have one. A few bucks here and there helps me create new comics and maintain the archive of old ones. Please consider dropping a dollar or two in the patreon bucket. Thanks!
Sometimes I forget I do a thing. Rummaging through my archives I stumbled upon this pinup I drew in 2012, inspired by the then recent Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises. I liked the movie, but I confess the Adam West-Burt Ward era remains my favorite of all the screen adaptations. Which is probably why this is so silly. I still adore it.
Fun times in the therapist’s office
The family dynamics of pigs can be complicated.