"I hate this place..."

Filler and Spoiler

5th Jun 2015, 7:01 PM
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Filler and Spoiler
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QuietClayton 5th Jun 2015, 7:01 PM edit delete
No comic this week, and probably next week as well. The nerve issues and arthritis in my hands have been acting up the past few weeks, so much so that I haven't been able to draw more than a few minutes at at time. That puts the whoop on updating on time.

Also, I will be heading to the beach for most of the week. Maybe that will help the hand issue. I know my beach levels have gone into the red zone so this should replenish them somewhat.

So in order that you all don't loose interest, I'm throwing out a spoiler for ya. This is Clayton, or the soon to be Clayton that is. If you read the comics description the Improbability drive changes people when they try to destroy it...and, well...he tries to. This is a reference drawing of his first (more spoilers there) Kittymorph form, plus the "drover" he pieces together from scrap leather and such. He isn't quite as freaked out about stuff as a Morph...cats are sort of laid back ya know.

Anyhow, see you in a week or two. The next page is nearly finished, I just don't have the time to complete it before I go. So expect an update..umm...soon-ish.


Stever 6th Jun 2015, 3:14 PM edit delete reply
Wow! Fantastic drawing. Can't wait to see how he gets to this point :D
QuietClayton 15th Jun 2015, 9:43 AM edit delete reply
Thanks Stever!
It will be a bit yet before this happens, but not toooooo terrible long. I want to keep the story flowing and get to the meaty stuff.
Skweeee 14th Jun 2015, 11:41 PM edit delete reply
Don't worry about ME loosing interest. You take all the time you need to look after your health first.

That sucks that your hands betray you like that in something that you obviously love doing. I hope that you have a speedy medical resolution to your arthritisy hands.
QuietClayton 15th Jun 2015, 9:46 AM edit delete reply
Thank you Skweeee...that means a lot to me.
I don't think a resolution, speedy or otherwise, will happen. But I'm not giving up and will do what I can when I can. All my life I have worked with my hands...being a stone mason for 18 years, painter, sculptor, wildlife artist..all with my hands. If I have to use my feet eventually then so be it.

...I won't try to lay stone with my feet though...hehe