Alright… So it doesn’t look like I’ll be able to fix the darn thing any time soon. It’s the main beastie that I do my work on, and without it, I won’t be able to do the quality of line work I’d like. The comic isn’t shut down at all, but I guess it will have to go on a temporary hiatus until I figure this out. Sorry to do this to you guys again.
I can safely say, avoid the first few gens of (wacom) Cintiq Companions. A machine with a solid expiration date is kind of a bummer.
I do all of my work on a Cintiq Companion. A Cintiq that has decided to no longer accepts the evils of electricity to power it. So I now find myself in a game of digital tag with Wacom in an attempt to decide on the next course of action. The rest of the Drop-Coo chapter is inked and lettered and ready to go. But after that, it might be a bit of a pain until this is resolved. Sorry about this!
Trade by sea, though manageable by the most skillful sailors, has become a dangerous path since the collapse of the mountains during the great war. Clumsy trade vessels often find manoeuvring the ruins too difficult to chance. Because of this, the Ore Pass remains the most reliable and safest trade rout between the kingdom of Iome and its neighbours. For decades, King Friduric’s predecessors have kept the pass safe for traders and travellers alike.
Hello, all! Dropping by to let you know why I’ve been quiet the last few weeks. Last week we had a family emergency that took me away for a while. But you don’t come here for real life, you come here to be entertained! So here is a picture of a squirrel fighting a Lich. Send that squirrel all the good luck you can muster! …. Unless you prefer possessed skeleton critters and squirrel-kabobs.