We’re mad crazy busy at Stone Robot Enterprises with Halloween costuming and various other things–you should look at our lastest SRE post, involving our response to the Steven Salaita issue–but I’m going to keep these pages coming, possibly at a slightly faster rate.
I’m really enjoying doing these, and I think I might…well, I might be improving. But don’t count on it yet. Wait until I start my project of doing every single card in a Tar–oh, details about that can come later.
After you’ve caught up with The Wizard’s Lesson so far, please to enjoy the latest page.
It’s gonna get a bit gruesome soon, kids.
I can’t wait.
PS – This comic leaves copyright October 16th, 2024.
As some of you may know, my brain doesn’t always get words right. It’s always been a problem with my gray matter, but the older I get, the more my brain misfires and makes me sound like I’m having a stroke.
I don’t always keep track of them, but I’m starting to, and I’m going to start drawing as many of them as I can. The first one was a misfire while talking to Nadja about a recipe I was going to make with a number of onions, which aren’t Nadja’s stomach’s favorite if they’re not very cooked. I was asking about a change I could make.
Please enjoy my first I Don’t Words Talk Right:
Doing a completed drawing every few days isn’t exactly #Inktober, but #Drawtober works just fine with me.
Tomorrow you might have the
horrifyingly blood-soaked very strange next bit of The Wizard’s Lesson as well as a bit about the best new horror movie I’ve seen in ages.
Who’d crystallize YOUR onions any day….
Nadja and I were going to participate in #Inktober, but since so much of my art is based on the structure and not the inking itself, we’re just sorta doing #Drawtober.
I did two last night to catchup. The first one is a throwaway that was inspired by Nadja telling me to draw “a guy smashing a city.”
The second is the penultimate one in my recent and confusing series of me being abused by gravity and my own letters.
I’ve got very little else, because I had an entry planned for writing and then a filling tore out of the middle of a tooth, so now I’m hurty and about to go to the dentist.
Anyroad, here you go. The Wizard’s Lesson resumes next week, and the daily draws will continue.
…and then he next-to-last-page of…