Price of light.

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Adventures in the Radwoods.

This Labor Day, I labored. On comics from the weekend!

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Photos.

Portland overload.

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And with that, I’m off to a weekend in the Redwoods and the California coast. Back Monday!

Reader jumps onto the page.

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Is backdating cheating?

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Moderately link-crazy.

Some updates! I’ve booked my flight to Portland, I’ll leave the end of August. In the meantime I’m just trying to get things finalized here. I begin work on my new website today, so hopefully I’ll get that up and running in the next week or so! I’m also going to test out my new scanner today, so I might be able to post a comic – no promises though. Rachel and I saw (500) Days of Summer last night and it was terrific. The best movie I’ve seen since Juno, and probably even better. Also, please check out this article where our family band (Family Band… third band listed on my music page) gets name dropped in a Rolling Stone article! It’s Rolling Stone, Brasil, though, so you’ll need to read Portuguese. Featuring Todd Fadel and my buddies Agents of Future at The Bridge in, can you guess? Portland! Read it here. Does Laura look rad playing the accordion or what?

Finally, I did say I’d post some other artwork here while the comic is on temporary hiatus. So here goes, some old sketchbook scans:

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Another week?

Okay. I have to take another week off of comics. Not because I want to, but because everything I own is getting packed up into boxes this week, if it has survived the cut at all (I’m getting rid of lots.) The primary problem is that my drawing stuff and scanner are no longer easily accessible. The secondary problem is I don’t have an ounce of free time this week, getting ready for the move and finishing things up at work.

In case you get tired of piecing things together through infrequent and often-cryptic cartoons, I’ll just be forthright for a moment. I’m moving to Portland, Oregon. For a while at least. To work on my graphic novel full time, to continue this daily comic which I’ve become pretty fond of, and to have a handful of new adventures. Why not? I’m young. (That’s a common response I get when I tell people my plans, and I love it.)

In the weeks between when I move out of Madison but before I move to Portland, I’ll be in a strange little creative limbo, in which I hope to finalize some sort of layout for the first set of pages in my book, and also, more immediately visible, I hope to work with one of my buddies to come up with a remodeled website. I think I’m ready to self-host. So stay tuned for that, and occasional updates, and maybe I’ll post a few little drawings or stories here to tide you over until I can get back on schedule. Thank you so much for reading this, and my comics. Your eyes make it worthwhile.

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