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By the way, I have been putting some new original art up in my Etsy store... including a bunch of recent Skull Panda strips, and my penny-gaming philosophy. Thanks to the folks who bought all the other stuff I had up in there... I appreciate your support, and willingness to clutter your walls with my scribbles!
We return on Friday with a new comic and a new round of Q and A. (As always, you can send whatever burning questions you may have to this address... just put "Q and A" in the subject line.) See you then!
Thanks for a fun time at Camosun College, everyone responsible! The event was a really interesting hybrid between a comics festival and an academic presentation for the folks in the comics program; a kind of combination event that more comic-teaching schools should consider attempting. I have to admit, though... it's really weird to have gotten to a stage of my career where I am being brought in to serve as an example to young cartoonists. What a simultaneously flattering and terrifying thought! (Especially when you have the traditional artist inferiority complex.)
Anyhoo, that's a wrap for today. Come back on Wednesday for the next part of our story! (OR ELSE.)
Camosun College Comics event this weekend!
Apologies, Q and A fans... I was too busy getting ready for this Sunday's free comics event at Camosun College in Victoria to answer any of your questions! I will try to answer a few extra next week to make up for it. (As always, if you've got a question, just email it to me with "Q and A" in the subject line.)
And don't forget, Victoria-ites... said Camosun College comics event is free to attend and open to the public! So if you want to meet some cartoonists, hear them yammer about comics for a bit and/or snag some of their swag and original artwork, be sure to come by on Sunday and check it out!