The short version is after a hiatus of about eight months (a highly amazing eight months involving two moves, a new job, a very pretty girl and an army of robots*) I've finally managed to procure a new computer and will be posting a new strip for Beta Burns Babylon sometime in the early part of January.
My archive's a mess right now - it has the really early stuff I used to do before migrating to Comic Fury and then the half-arc that was interuppted when I left. I'll be cleaning all that up in the next few days and probably really should have done that first, before coming back to the boards. But I couldn't resist!
*Army of Robots not guaranteed to have actually happened.++
Bout to go into a long-ass hiatus. I got fired yesterday from my job-type-job (which is so not a big deal, I'll find something else). And as such, I have to give back the hella awesome computer the company gave me last summer. Which, as my computer was a pisscopter that finally died two weeks ago - would be my only computer at the moment.
So I won't be able to update. And I won't be able to post in the forums with you wonderful people (which is legitimately as daunting to me).
Anyways, this'll be my last week on the Fury for a while - uhm, Friday, specifically looking like my last day.
I will totally be back - but it could be several months before I can buy another computer.
And I'm going to keep working. I'm going to get better and I'm going to try a lot of new things (I'm a painter first, and my drawings are really not where I want them to be yet).
Uhm, I never write anything down - possibly to my detriment - I just have the story outline and punchlines in my head figured out before I start.
And then it's generally three or four hours to draw everything (that includes inking) and then another hour for panel drafting and layout (which I almost always do digitally now).
Then it's half an hour of intense self-doubt & loathing followed by two hours of drinking and sobbing in front of a mirror; another two for calling all my ex's and trying to figure out where my life went wrong; and then the entire run-time of "Nights in Rodanthe".