Sorry for the interruption, everyone, but this whole “three conventions in a row” thing has put a stake through the heart of my buffer. Friday’s strip, which is the conclusion to this chapter, is taking a little longer than usual to draw, so I’m swapping it with the Friday sketch in order to make sure it’s done right. Please don’t forget to check back on Friday for the resolution to this storyline!

Also, this particular sketch was commissioned by a couple of long-time fans, of their Weregeek forms. They are sci fi and fantasy fans, respectively, and I’m pretty happy with how they turned out. :)

IC Drama happens in the IC room, OOC drama happens in the OOC room. Drama lighting happens in either. :p

This one’s not a sketch so much as it is a nearly-finished color piece, but I had such good feedback from last week’s dinosaur sketches that I figured more dinosaurs/pterosaurs/other prehistoric animals were needed.


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I’ve been continuing to play around with designing Native fairies, combining a little bit of Froud with some of the wonderful pow wow regalia, and so I was delighted when a fan commissioned a drawing of one of these fairies from me at Gen Con. This one is based off of a Fancy Shawl dancer, with hints of a butterfly motif to her regalia’s colouration. Also, I left it ambiguous as to whether she has arms under her shawl, or whether her wings wrap about her like a shawl.

Here’s a sample of some Fancy Shawl dancing, for those who are unfamiliar: LINK

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