Maybe you’d like to see what the comic looks like in the various stages of construction? Well, thanks to carbon-dating, and advanced hyper-science, we can take a look at the process, using lasers…
So for various reasons, today’s strip couldn’t be finished to the quality standard we like to set, both writing and art-wise. As such we’ve taken the unusual decision to post it here, but not tag it as a comic, so you can read it below, but it won’t show up in the comics archive.
This week, as John had mentioned, was the Smoke and Mirrors show at Coventry University. John and myself we’re due to attend but John was unable to make it so it was just me.
The event went well, the comic was well received, and all the prints we did for the show have now found new homes with happy readers, treasure them people for they are technically first editions. There are plenty of pictures and I’ll try and get hold of some to post here so you can see how the event went, and perhaps also a short video clip of the comic we presented.
Also in attendance were the good folks at Propellor and Ratchet (or Ratchet and Propellor, as the mood takes them), you may recognise the name as they were kind enough to help us with the dotGif 2.0 launch and a guest strip, they also blogged about the day here so head over and check it out.
Finally the second of the nu-dotGif arc’s “Where there’s a Will” has came to a close, and the next one, following the first arc starring Scarlet, will heavily feature Jay. So tune in next Monday as we begin the Jay arc currently entitled “Through the valley”, revealing his true profession and exactly what happened to Scarlet in “that” interview as we lead up to dotGif #100.