Who knew they’d all end up being friends? Tonight we bust out the good tuna for The Fluffy One, who totally has a girllllllfriiiiiiiiend!
Everything they do is my dream come true and I’m lucky that I get to watch them be adorable together.
And yes, these two are…something.
April is packed with furry holidays, the 4th was The Puppy’s gotcha day, and she had an extra long walkies in the sun that day and I’ll just say that’s why I didn’t get to draw her a special strip all to herself, sure.
It wouldn’t be a Ninja Twin birthday without both of them, so enjoy this sexy flashback and just know these two boys were always perfect gentlemen and never wrestled without each other’s permission and a little boy with a long tail could learn a lot from them. *AHEM*
Dr. John Watson knew how to fight Coronavirus. Be like Dr. Watson.
(I know, you were expecting a comic, but I made this GIF a long time ago after seeing Dr. Watson throw down against some germs in Sherlock Holmes and the Case Of The Silk Stocking, and never was there a better time to share these handy tips on how to live.)
Someday I’ll get the relaxing thing I enjoyed doing back and we won’t have to endure these previews. Meanwhile, have a scrawl of the exciting next episode, which won’t look like this at all once it’s completed.
The hard drive in the computer capable of running Krita, the drawing app, is no more. With it went the comic I really wish I had finished. But no, I was starting a new phase of Not Stressing and walking away when I had to.
That sort of behavior is not what brought you all this comic for 15+ years.
I’ve seen other comics go this way, a drive failure, LIFE EVENTS, and I really don’t want that to happen because this comic is literally my life and I have a pile of ideas I want to draw. I even wanted to get into animations, and someday maybe I will, but for now I’m going to keep it as simple as possible so I can just get cute cat and dog comics in your eyeballs instead of just moping about how I really really should have moved that one file over to the old computer even though it wasn’t finished yet.