It was so awesome to see that yesterday. I would have left a journal gushing about how happy it made me, but I wanted everyone to keep voting for Toilet Genie. Today I can say: it was wonderful
, and thank you. Especially to =blix-it
who recommended the DD (and who makes Toilet Genie; go vote for D00R: Toilet Genie on TWC
, srsly - I have yet to move her up the rankings-!). And I will dig through all the new comments in a few weeks when I have more time.
I am currently working on getting the final version of Maze ready for Ka-Blam. This is the standalone Book III that I am talking about, not the assembled 3-book graphic novel, which will have to wait (because I want to make it fancy with a new cover and stuff). I am also printing up some art cards and the like for my brief run of conventions coming up. Speaking of which, it sounds like I will be vendor-ing at Spocon on Saturday August 13. SpoCon
Is anyone going to be there? It looks pretty cool - there are a ton of costume panels I wish I could go to. Anyway, I will post more information once I know where I will be vendor-ing and whether or not I will have Maze Book III in hand (POD delivery times are notoriously slow). I am still also scheduled for Jet City, September 24,
and GeekGirlCon, October 8-9
. And I will definitely
have copies of Book III by then.
And the online store for The Locked Maze should be populated with more stuff in the coming month as well, with comics and bookmarks and cards and such. I am still working out the digital option - Ka-Blam is teasing me with digital distribution options, but for speed I think I may offer my own.
People who have asked what I am doing AFTER Maze (since it has obviously not really moved off my plate yet): I am working on two scripts, one of which involves a 25-year-old idea of mine and includes the characters being considered here
. And I have some fan sketches to do, and general figure/scenery drawing practice. Because while it is true that I am much more comfortable drawing people straight out of my head at the present than I was when I first started drawing Maze, nonetheless, I still feel like a big clumsy hack and I need to figure some stuff out.
So that's it. That's what I'm doing. Busy. But I did sleep in on Monday. It was nice. I will try it again in ten years.