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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.

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It’s gonna get a bit gruesome soon, kids.

I can’t wait.



PSThis comic leaves copyright October 16th, 2024.

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Are you wondering what all of this ‘benjamin being attacked by letters’ was all about?

I doubt it, but if you look below you’ll find that the last page pulls a Clarissa and explains it all:

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On January 30, 2005, I first used the term “Things I Can’t Draw” on LiveJournal, regarding The Day I Saw An Unidenfitied Flying Object, a story for some class that I drew when I was in about 2nd or 3rd grade.

On January 2, 2006, I did my first entire page of TICD, because I was bored near a pen and a sheet of printer paper. I had so much fun, and that coffee-maker still looks good…but wtf laptop?

Now, in October 2014, it’s time to retire the title.

Thing I Can’t Draw belong to the ages.

Welcome to This Is How I Draw.

Sure, it’s taken eight years for me to accept it completely, but I can draw; I simply have a very unique style. It takes me far longer than you would think—I can draw, but it’s difficult—and that’s totally fine, because I love the fuck out of doing it. I’ve been getting better as time goes on, and can easily finish things in one night that used to take me two or three.

The Wizard’s Lesson is a great example of this, and I have a page already uploaded and ready to post on Thursday. I start another tonight and may even have it ready for the same post.

The moral of the story is that you can all stop telling me that I really can draw, because I’ve finally acknowledged it. The next person who derides my derision can go screw. 😛

Now, if you’ll excuse me, these bastards aren’t going to fold themselves:

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REMINDER: The works pictured above leave copyright on October 14, 2024.