What a cat wants
what a cat needs
you’re only nice to me when it’s time to feed
and I’m thanking you for not pooping in the bathtub
do you like cats
A store update in the works:
Hey everyone! I am updating the merchandise in the store, which I do about once a year, because I am the world’s most terrible businessperson, which I say every year, when this happens. Here are some of the ideas that I am working on that have made their way to a finished-looking state. I don’t know which will all get made, but if you like any in particular be sure to let me know! I have a few other ideas in the wings too, so we will see what happens.
Here we have:
A hot new Canadian crest (for all nations to enjoy)
A panda shirt like the one I always draw on myself when I make comics about being a kid. Kid clothes! Slap an animal on it, give it some sunglasses and a skateboard.
A Medieval joke because you all know I’ve been all up in Medieval jokes this whole year.
The most famous line from Wuthering Heights, the book I have made more comics about than ANY OTHER. Oh Heathcliff!
the Velocipedestrienne, by popular demand
and a drawing that should be on the cover of a sketchbook/journal, commanding you to DRAW.
I’ll let you know when the store updates, and if I make any new designs! I also wanted to let you know I am making things in case you were considering purchasing something, and would like to wait now.
Just a little sketch comic. Click the image to go there! September is here! Fall, and back to school! My birthday is also at the beginning of September, so the mix of feelings gives a particular nostalgia. I was just thinking of those days when back to school and birthdays were so darn exciting. I don’t put a lot of fanfare in birthdays these days, but I remember this one very well.
Our house was heated by wood and we’d get a cord (a bigger pile than I drew) in the fall that would sit outside until my father and uncles would chop it up. Dad often says that even though he was always after us not to climb on it, one of the most vivid memories he has of when I was small is coming home to me sitting on it. I think it made me feel like a lumberjack.
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