Category Archive: Art

Apr 12

Idle Hands, In Time Lapse

Ingredients: One (1) box containing many small plastic parts, some stickers, and instructions for assembling said parts into a model car. One (1) tablet with a copy of Lapse It Pro installed. One (1) tray table with lip to prevent plastic parts from sliding off onto the floor. Two (2) hands with which to assemble …

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Dec 13

The First Real Installment

On Tuesday I posted the first installment of The Critter Conundrum, which is a nice foot-in-the-door moment but there are only a few hundred words in that prologue and not much to get excited about. Today? You get the first and (currently) biggest real installment, where we meet Charlie and get reacquainted with Andrew (this …

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Dec 10

The Critter Conundrum

Starting today and running for thirteen weeks, Tuesdays and Fridays at 10am Pacific Time, provided nothing goes horribly awry during the following three months, you may read installments of The Critter Conundrum, my NaNoWriMo-fueled serialized story project, over at the new Stories site. Share and enjoy, won’t you?

Nov 26

Serial Story Project: Preview

Well, only one person showed any interest. Since I haven’t been doing much of anything other than working on this story all month, however, if I want to crank out a post this week I suppose that dipping from this well of 30,000 or so words I’ve created is as good a solution as any. …

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Feb 15

Tidying Up Loose Threads

Yesterday’s Quacked Panes comic doesn’t include a punchline. It is, instead, the end of a nearly-four-year running joke which popped up from time to time: Roger, the glib and witty punster, is tongue-tied when it comes to the object of his affections, Rei. Early on I thought I’d be doing story-type things with the comic. …

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Jan 12

I’m the only one who’ll notice.

When building the comic, sometimes I fret about the fact that I don’t have a set style guide for things like (let’s say) the struts that connect word balloons within a comic panel. They tend to come out in varying widths and not always aligned perfectly. Shouldn’t I set some rules, make sure everything is …

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