Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The comic has moved!

While Blogger is nice, it's just not a good format for webcomics. I intended this space to be for little, well, sketches.

You can now head here for more daily comic updates!

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It's ugly, but right now, it's more important to ditch the image-heavy blog for something more streamlined. Thanks for reading!

Yup. That's right. More than two weeks of my "trial" and I've decided to stick with it! Here we go!

Monday, August 15, 2011

Sunday, August 14, 2011

#15: Hoe-down.

Not very pleased with this one. It's too small for details to come out properly, and I usually do not do big scenes like this. Well, and I am tired from the depicted gathering. But, hey, I said I would do a comic every day! Even if this one sucks, it's a decent attempt and I'm moving on.

Here is me with some yaks. I ate their cousins last night in burger form. I love them when they're alive, but they're pretty tasty the other way, too.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

#11: Icebreaker.

This isn't exactly autobiographical, as people tend to take pity on anxious, naïve commuters instead of yell at them. However, the bus is awkward and I need to stop pulling out this fact in idle conversation. Even though it's totally true.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Day 8.

I have accomplished a whole week of strips! And I want to continue for as long as this uncharacteristic window of sanity will allow.

The question on everyone's (or my) mind is this: "How long can Candice keep this up, and will she want to make it into a legitimate venture?". It sure is nice to have a routine like this, I gotta say.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Day 5.

It is very, very rarely that I can say "I like my inking". But you know what? I like my inking.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Day 2.

My goal is to do one every day for a full week. Expect experimentation, variances in quality, and stuff whipped up just because. But when the week's up, I'll have accomplished a venture I haven't yet had the fortitude (or courage) to undertake.