If there is a cannon on the rear end of a huge crocodile-boat hybrid in the first act, it will be fired in the third.
The Holidays are rough.
I’ve been out of town all weekend and Monday. Beforehand, I tried to get ahead by inking the next two BSF pages early, which I did! But then I ended up with no time to color them.
This week is going to be busy, and then obviously the upcoming weekend is going to be busier. HOWEVER, I can definitely get these pages colored over the next two weeks.
SO: This week and the next will be one-page weeks, with the pages publishing on Friday. That’s the 23rd and 30th! After that, normal twice-a-week updates will resume.
Thank you as always for understanding and most of all for reading!!
I was out of town all weekend and it really threw my game off, process-wise. Rather than rush out a subpar page I’m going to skip Tuesday and put out Page 576 on Friday so it can be as good as possible. Thanks for understanding and see you then!
Last week almost destroyed me at work and this week isn’t shaping up to be much better. The page is almost done but is starting to look… off, to me. Maybe it has to do with how I’ve been up since 4:00am, but I think I can do better. So, as such, I’m going to delay Page 537 till this Friday, May 6th.
I apologize this is happening so often lately; life has been hitting me pretty hard with the sheer amount of… things happening, and it should level out soon. Until then, as always, thank you for your understanding and patience. See you Friday!
I don’t know why I thought this would be easy to recover from.
My wife and I are still recovering from the wedding itself and post-wedding celebration. I have written some stuff but have had almost no time whatsoever to draw, so I need a little more time. I don’t want to leave you in the lurch too much (and I also want to get back to drawing), so I’m just extending the hiatus to cover one more update day, meaning BSF will return on Friday, April 22nd.
That should be plenty of time for us to start writing our thank you notes and returning to normalcy.
For now, I thank you for your continued patience in this happy, yet paradoxically trying time. I will see you Friday.