I originally used the raccoon comic as a placeholder so I could get a feel for working with Comicpress, and so that I could have a finished story here for people to read while it takes me the month and a half to finish the current story. But I never really considered it finished without color, so I took some time to jazz it up with some sepiatones so that it’s a little bit easier to understand, especially the last page, which didn’t make any sense at all without some color.
First page is up, hooray. I don’t know if I’m ready to commit to what you kids call an “update schedule” yet, but my goal is to have a new page live at midnight Wednesday nights (or Thursday mornings, if you prefer), pacific time.
I’ll try not to belabor the point that this is for the time being an experimental project, a bit of homework I’m giving myself to work on my comic-making chops, but even so, it’s hard for me to keep myself from thinking big. It’s easy to have grand schemes and bold plans, but being willing to sit down and do the work is a different story. And, for the moment, that’s the most important objective, for me, so I’ll try to keep from talking about what I’d like to do and just worry about what I need to get done.