Page 2 is coming tomorrow evening.
Bob is walking really awkwardly in panel one. I decided it would be more amusing not to redraw it.
I’ve gone back to hand lettering. Is it legible? Too small?
I go back and forth on whether I should use my own lettering for these, or a font. Hand lettering looks more like part of the drawing, but compared to my lettering a font is more legible.
I’m probably going to continue updating on a once-a-week schedule this month, but I hope to be more productive as Spring wears on.
There’s a punch line coming, but you’ll have to wait until tomorrow for page two.
This is how I’ve been feeling all month.
Someone actually did find Galileo’s fingers, though I don’t know whether any of them are the middle one.
This is the second rerun.
In order to give myself a little more time around the holiday, the next two strips will be reruns of last year’s Thanksgiving strips.
Finally, the agricultural commissioner storyline is over. It’s ridiculous that it took me six months to finish this 22-page story. I’ll try to do better in future; in the meantime, you can expect a period of single-page or single-panel comics.
The last panel is the most obscure reference I’ve ever made. I’m nearly the only one reading this comic, so I can do that sort of thing.
I’m finally, finally back on track with the comics. I wish page 16 was worth the wait. When this thing is over, I’m going to stick with one-pagers for a while.