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wetdryvac

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The Vac of Wetdryvac.net and Vachaus Press, entertaining itself and sharing.

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Climate Control Climate Control
A series of three panel meditations. Seems to be moving grimmer than I thought it would, but that happens sometimes. Remember, if things seem crap, reaching out for help is a thing - you are not a burden - and setting up to have folks check in on you can help too.

The layout for this work is geared towards eventual art comic book publication.

I'm occasionally available for commissions via https://wetdryvac.net and you can support me directly at https://ko-fi.com/wetdryvac

Last update: One week ago
Sexual Situations Occasional Strong Language
Bang Fortune (Thinkbag) Bang Fortune (Thinkbag)
An archivist's self entertainment in the wee hours, with correctly cited sources. The text for this is from late-night rambles in my youth, and should probably be set on fire.
Last update: 4 days ago
Violent Content Sexual Situations Occasional Strong Language
Patent Absurdities Patent Absurdities
Art based on pre-1921 patent stock set to sheer and utter unfortunate madness.
Last update: Yesterday
Violent Content Sexual Situations Occasional Strong Language
Never Ready / Never Alone Never Ready / Never Alone
This is one of those strange web comics that takes a base concept and expands on it. Specifically, this comic addresses the patterns of never, of being told one can never be something, never be not something, and the adaptations thereof.

Butterflies, as symbols of change, and change often misrepresented as coming from a far-off, unnoticed source, seemed an appropriate base imagery for the work. The specific butterflies referenced here are from the Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the British museum by George Francis Hampson, produced between 1898 and 1901.

They have been heavily modified, colored to suit, fiddled with, and adapted to purposes.

Change from a change. While tongue in cheek, the serious undertone here is that one need never… anything other than not breach consent, and those attempting to enforce otherwise are themselves breaching consent.

As I take this to press, Russia has invaded the Ukraine, and I’ve no idea what result will be. Breach of consent writ large already, layer upon layer. The best I can offer is that it’s generally a better plan to be kind to each other, and respect consent in all regards.

I hope you enjoy.

-Wetdryvac

Last update: Yesterday