A few small updates

I put up a new page for the Buskers album artwork I’ve done. It’s under the Portfolio tab on the top menu, but if you want a direct link.

The WordPress platform has changed a lot in the last two years, to the point that I struggled a bit with putting that page up today. I’ve been thinking for a while of contacting someone I know who has more experience coding a site to give some pointers, especially in the area of a redesign. Not a complete redesign, but something to spruce it up a little (customized header buttons, for one).

I’m also planning, though I haven’t done so yet, to completely shut off the comments section. You may not see it here on the front end, but this site gets a lot of spam comments that I have to filter through, and I’m sick of going through the sea of obvious spam to try to find the one legit comment.

Updates and website status

I have not posted anything on this site in a long time, mostly for various personal reasons, but also because I never intended this site to be any sort of blog. However, I can at least mention a few things that have happened in the meantime:

-I recently got a job as a graphic design intern at the Racine Zoo. I may even post some of my work on here once I get the okay to do so.

-Drannik & Lizzep #7 is still being worked albeit at a slow pace.

-I’ve been working on an album of music for the past two months. I plan on releasing a demo of one of the songs from it soon. In the meantime, this is a lyric video I did for one of those songs:

Criticism and the Internet, or How I Stopped Worrying and Hate the Hugbox

Recently, a cartoonist named Donna Barstow decided to go after Something Awful, a website known for mocking and criticizing just about everything, for supposedly stealing her artwork for their own mockery. Since the topic of accepting criticism has been on my mind for a long time now, plus since I’m also a cartoonist, I have to offer my own take on this whole situation.

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