Happy new year everyone!
I just wanted to check in and say that I am still alive, and about 70% of the way done scripting. I’ve been hitting the beta draft of my novel pretty hard, since I want to have it done and out to readers by the end of the month. (Incidentally, if you’re interested in beta reading, send me a message with this site’s contact form or leave a comment.)
As a result, I haven’t had as much time to work on Against Stupidity as I would like. Once I’ve got the novel out the door though, I’ll be able to work on the comic again without risking artistic burnout. I anticipate that this will start by April.
Apologies again for the delay. (Screenshot is from a wonderful writing platform I made called Pathfork. Feel free to sign up for it, if you’re interested. It is and always will be free.)
(I’ve shared this around, so if you’d like to read from the beginning (about 35 strips) you can start here.)
(Readers who reddit, upvoting is awesome!)
And that’s a wrap for chapter two! Thanks for reading, readers!
I’m going to take some time now for scripting and cover art. I got close to burnout on Against Stupidity starting around the end of November, and I’d like to keep telling the story, so I need to work on it more intelligently. Part of that is better script planning. I’ll be taking at least one week for that.
I don’t want to overpromise, but you can still count on regular updates–I just can’t give an exact start date. I could need a week to write; most likely I’ll take two, and then start drawing. I’ll post something here every Monday in the meantime, a doodle or a story or some Against Stupidity-verse arcana. You can also leave a comment or bother me on twitter.