Terry probably isn’t ready for all this. Not right now, but someday maybe he will be.
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Hey guys. I got the line art done for the comic last night but I didn’t have a chance to color because of my dad. He’s back at home so a lot of my time isn’t my own. And I’m getting a cold.
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Hello everyone. I’m popping in for a minute here to give everyone an update on the current Everywhen projects and what not.
The Errant Apprentice
All good so far. No real problems except keeping the updates coming. I can maintain at least two updates a week so I’m happy. Lately I’ve been managing the actually three a week schedule so that’s a good thing.
The book on the other hand. . .
Plans for book two of EA going to print are on hold due to the dreadful sales on the first book. Three online sales and five IRL sales at a con have lead to me actually loosing money on the first book so I don’t plan on printing any more until there’s a market for them. That being said, there’s a link over in the side bar here on the site that you can follow to get that first book and change my mind for me.
I really wanted to get Mailbox relaunched by the beginning of this year but my dad’s health crisis sort of killed that plan. I’ve got something like three pages finished but no time to work ahead. If I do I’ll start updating every week, once a week. So far the plan is to possibly launch some time in the middle of the year but I can’t make any promises. I’m still sort of throwing ideas around of how to do Mailbox. I have black and white pages ready for the web and I want to use the color as a means of selling the books. I don’t know if that will work or not though. We’ll see before launch.
Yes, this is still a going concern. The good news is that I managed to find hidden copies of the entire archive. The bad news is I found the entire archive. I still have the new KW site up over at Departure Productions and I’ll batch upload them after a little tweaking of the file naming scheme. I may, MAY, try to do a printed collection of the crap eventually, but I don’t know. It would be a mulit-volume epic of some very early webcomic. Not sure if anyone would buy it. We’ll see.
Graphic Design Work
I got nothing. Never heard back from the last client after multiple emails for feedback on the logo and honestly, I don’t have a lot of time to do design work with my dad still sick. I’ll make an announcement when that changes.
I had two last year. One turned out well but I can’t do anything with it. The other was one that I had done several years ago and had gotten lost in the web. It turned out much better this time. Other than that I’ve got no commissions lined up or anything in the future.
Well, here’s where it gets tricky. One place I was going to have a table has been cancelled. I may be at Cups in Clinton in April for an event assuming my situation allows. Free Comic Book Day? No idea. I haven’t heard anything back yet about it. I hope to be at 3 Alarm Comics in Biloxi on that day but like I said, no idea yet. Lastly, in September I’ll probably be back at the Backwoods Comics Festival in Louisville, Mississippi. Beyond that I don’t think there’s anything on the schedule. Sorry folks.
Anyway, that’s where things stand for me and Everywhen Comics so I’ll split for now. More info when and if it becomes available.
I’ve got a lot of people to thank today, so please bare with me. First, thank you to the several people who’ve donate money via Paypal recently. You guys have managed to pay for my groceries this week. I won’t name you here, but you know who you are and it’s appreciated deeply.
Thank you to David Davis, Riordan Flynn, Victor Couwenbergh and everyone else who’s been keeping me supplied with filler for the last few weeks. Things have been tough and you’ve been very very helpful and kind.
Lastly, I want to thank all of you. Every single one of you that reads the Errant Apprentice. It hasn’t been an easy time to be a fan of the series and I want you to know how much your loyalty as readers has meant to me. Updates are starting back up slowly and I’ll try my best to keep at it. You guys are all awesome and make this story worth telling.
See you guys at the next update.