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Unwell, page 3

That is a gross infection. I kind of goofed on the blocking in the last two panels, dude has his coat on in one panel and then it’s magically off in the next, when he was supposed to have it off in both of them. Oops!

A few weeks back at the Further Confusion barbecue some people expressed interest in the Bad Fursuiters tee I and another person were wearing; I had them made a few years back for dealers’ room sales and they didn’t really do very well at the table. I was surprised to see that I wasn’t the only person wearing one at the event, actually!

But I got out the last two I have and put them up in the store. If there’s much interest in them I might have another run made up.

I have also been plugging away at commissions the last few weeks and have been working diligently on stuff for the MFF artshow. Above are a few examples!

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Unwell, page 2

I’m grateful for the Assassins Creed games reintroducing the plague doctor into the cultural lexicon, so that hopefully some of you will know what’s going on with that mask without having to click the google link. (Our sick hooded gentleman doesn’t have the plague, nor is he afflicted with the boobly; but you’ll have to keep reading for the next few weeks to find out what he does have.

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Unwell, page 1

So, time for a new story! I actually made this one up myself this time, how about that! I’m kind of fooling around with a limited-palette experiment with this story, I hope that you will allow me this indulgence.

Some cool stuff happening in Dawn Chapel news lately; we’ve been getting so much airplay that it may be necessary to just go ahead and post a blog roundup. The comic’s been crossposted to Makeuseof, How-To Geek, 9gag (twice!), Onipepper, and GoNintendo; and it’s been featured by KQED, Fuel Your Illustration, and by our good friends at Storenvy. I am over the moon, to be sure.

Also cool: a while ago, the Firefox comic got scanlated, which I think is an important milestone in our still-brief history. I was so thrilled by this that I decided immediately that if there was a t-shirt to be made, it needed to have the English dialogue replaced by Dekubar’s Japanese translation, so I copied the kanji as faithfully as I could and made a t-shirt available for sale on Redbubble.

The Redbubble preview is kind of gross-looking, though, and I figured that it might not be representative of what the finished product actually looks like, so I went ahead and ordered one so that I could photograph it for your benefit. And it came in! So here you are:

It is pretty classy! And it’s printed on super-soft ringspun American Apparel, so it is pretty dang comfortable. I can’t think of a single social situation where this shirt would not be appropriate to wear. And, again, if you would like to get yourself one, you can order it here!