Sorry about last week–I think I need to accept the fact that I’m not a great artist. I don’t think any of my readers–I mean, either of them, reads for the art quality. It does give me satisfaction to get better over time, but I need to accept that I can’t make it happen overnight, and that it’s more important to stick to my update schedule than to try and become a Picasso.
Also, I think I need to give Wesley a hat that’s not the same color as his head.
I just posted next week’s comic–I now have a buffer of one. Small, but it feels better.
i like quirky art — not the type that assumes it is quirky, of course (you should know how that goes). Reincrownation is unassuming and it feels like there’s a soul. well, i guess there should be, what with the reincawnation and all. okay, time for me to cease my squawking, because you probably don’t give a hoot.
I’m not sure how I didn’t notice this comment until now. I do, in fact, give a hoot! Or a caw. I’m glad you see what I’d hoped would come through. To me it’s difficult to describe what Reincrownation is really about (not just silly puns) in words, but I think you’ve nailed it. Thanks!