*sneaks back in*
If you’re a Kickstarter backer, you already know that the book is finished :] Thanks for your patience these last few months. I know it’s shitty but sometimes you get some stuff on your plate that’s too big to deal with all at once. For example: my entire family is no longer talking to me, I own a house and live hundreds of miles away from everything I know, and my lungs aren’t like, quite 100% functional, but at least the book is done~ Told myself I wanted to get it done so I could post a new page on my bday. Well I’m officially old af today so here we are.
THE PLAN: All the pages are done done done. So I’ve just fired up the autoscheduling, and we’ll be updating from here on out 2x a week (3 this week cuz I’m glad to be back), then probably posting the final pages 1 per day until we’re done (for dramatic effect). That will get us to the end by early Dec. I am very happy with how the story turned out and I hope you’ll like it too.
KS backers, please don’t spoil future pages for web readers! That is not very cash money, but since you know things are somewhat open to interpretation, please do feel free to speculate and guess and have fun in the comments like usual. I’ll try to comb through and remove anything egregious just for the sake of making sure the reading process is pleasant for others.
If you want to read ahead: I’ll be posting 3 days ahead on the Patreon, just for fun I guess. I’m also going to go back to my roots and begin posting Meek sketch pages there as well, in the classic Livejournal style of yore. The internet hasn’t really been a place I enjoy hanging out for a while so I’m going to try and recreate the classic hits from the 00’s and try to learn to have fun again.
Anyways if you left a crappy comment here I probably deleted it because I’m mad with self-care or whatever but as most of you hopefully know, I don’t give up on projects. Also I’ve really gotten into cacti lately and have adopted them as my spirit plant (not a real thing), but anyway the thing about cacti is they go through periods of dormancy in order to preserve their lives in harsh environments. No food or water at all for months on end, no growth, they go hard as a rock. Then when good conditions come back, so do they. Unfortunately stuff in my life isn’t always ideal but unless I’m like, actually truly dead, you can count on me to come back and make weird plant metaphors and then post a bunch of comics. Thank you for surviving my dormancy with me and I’ll have another page for you on Weds~