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The last LOOK page went up on July 9th, 2013. That’s getting pretty close to being an entire year ago, so I thought I’d do something about that. Join us this Friday as we celebrate the return of LOOK! And to prepare, maybe take a look through the archives again. You might find a new page that wasn’t there before, along with a few, much less noticeable, alterations and corrections.
So, you ask, a new LOOK every Friday? What does that mean for Massive Pwnage? It means that for the first time since 2010, I’m going back to two MP comics a week and drawing LOOK in its place. Sometimes, compromises must be made. This is a temporary solution until LOOK is complete.
Enjoy those archives and see you on Friday!
Hiatuses are lame! I HATE it when I see other artists put their work on “hiatus.” It’s the opposite of what I want to see them do! But, I guess now I can understand why it happens.
LOOK is on hiatus for now. I had a sizeable buffer of comics, a month’s worth in fact, but it has been depleted. Back in Winter, I made six comic pages a week, including those for Massive Pwnage. Six! Now, I can only manage three. You can blame my day job for that, I know I certainly do.
I’ve mentioned all this here and there on Twitter and such, but I never brought a lot of attention to it. Mostly because I’m ashamed that I started a comic that I couldn’t keep up with, but also because I didn’t think anyone really reads LOOK. That’s not a bad thing, I’m making it because I want to make it. I’m making it because I want to hold the finished graphic novel in my hands. But I realized that I actually do have a core following that, however small, does follow my work and they’ve been missing LOOK. All I can really say is the story IS written and complete, but all I need now is the time to draw it. So keep an eye on this page and on my Twitter, I’ll try to do better to keep you all updated!
Kumoricon was very good to us. We sold some books, I drew a ton of commissions, and we did two very cool panels. The first was our own “Making Your Own Webcomic” panel and the second was Sonny Strait’s Webcomics panel. We were completely blown away and honored when he asked us to join him on his panel. Locke could hardly control his inner fanboy.
So I’d say the weekend was a success! We met some awesome people (check out Natalie Nourigat, her work is amazing and she’s super nice), talked about comics, and even made a bit of money. Thanks to everyone who came out and said hi!
Kumoricon is this weekend and we are prepared. We have books, posters, and mini-comics all ready to be given new homes. If you’re worried that your money will be used for some nefarious plot, fear not. We’re going to use it to buy food. Because we’re hungry.
Hope to see you there! And make sure you check out our “How to Make your own Webcomic” panel Saturday night. It’ll be fun AND informative!