What’s cooking, my friends? Check it out!
As planned, I will change my blog’s layout and provide a better navigation experience for Infected Blood. The aim is to also move all my comics (now on individual blogs) back here, if the new plugin I will be using allows for that. Since this entire operation requires a bit of work, I decided to postpone it during the planned hiatus I will take at the end of the year, toward mid-December. This is very exciting and I am looking forward to it!
Although my sudden and forced hiatus in October didn’t help me rebuild a buffer, and even if I am very, very, very busy at work, I did my best to continue releasing Infected Blood on time. So far, I have been able to make it, although with a black and white page and one with only flats! Thank you so much again for your patience, your continuous support (silent and vocal) has been truly helpful. And thanks a lot to my new Cintiq tablet, that made me go fully digital and partly broke, but it saved me a lot of time!
In the meantime, Infected Blood is accelerating its pace, as Alex finally loses it against Jones and KeReS (Kemet-Ra’s police) gets in the picture for a rather dramatic arrest. If you missed Stephanie’s (Alex’s girlfriend) reaction to all of this, check out the latest page! If you just stumbled into Infected Blood, start reading here!
I drew four trial strips for this comic and I am now pondering when I will find time to pursue it! For the moment, I need to focus on other priorities (see above), so this comic will remain at an incubation stage for a bit longer.
Tales of the Wandering Stranger
The announced anthology I have been working on with a group of artists is finally live! It’s called Tales of the Wandering Stranger and can be admired in all its beauty here. Our collective goes by the name The Stitched Hand and we are very proud of this work. Each of us went to great lengths to create a coherent story stretching from the 1800’s all the way into the future. Since the anthology has just started, this is all I can reveal. Make sure to read it! Updates Mondays and Wednesday.
Dynamic Spores, my own sci-fi/horror anthology, is almost ready to launch! Since I am a little too busy at this time to keep up with everything, the new installment, Nghiamwise, will start in January, after my blog’s revamp.
Sekhmet Reviews marches on,
smashing to pieces offering honest reviews every two weeks. You can read her latest work here and, if you have a webcomic and are brave enough… you may sign up for your own review here. Sekhmet Reviews will take a break at the end of the year.
Till next time…
That’s all for this month. As always, you may contact me by filling out the form below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.