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Sketchbook Comix no.4: 'Rose Parade'

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The fourth in the series of 'Sketchbook Comix', (Out Soon!) Click here to download

Sketchbook Comix No.3: 'In the Lost & Found'

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The first in the series of 'Sketchbook Comix', An autobiographical comic which follows my search to fit into a new country after moving to Canada in 2008.  With Guest artwork by David Collier ebook version coming soon

Sketchbook Comix No.2: 'Stupidity Tries'

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'Stupidity Tries' is the second comic in a series of four comics. With guest comic by Mandy Ord ebook version coming soon

Sketchbook Comix No.1: 'Good to Go'

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The first in the series of 'Sketchbook Comix', An autobiographical comic which follows my search to fit into a new country after moving to Canada in 2008. With guest artwork by Chris Downes. ebook version coming soon

First email newsletter

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I have now set up the option for an email newsletter which you can subscribe to here . It is set up to send once a week if there is new content on my blog, but seeing how I only post once every few months these days the newsletters will arrive only if I've posted something. I have a default list of subscribers, but you can easily unsubscribe from this list using the link in the footer. However I am planning on undertaking the 30 days project in November which will see me attempting to draw a comic every day for the month. During which time you will get an email each week with the latest post and simple links to previous posts.

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My first USB drive

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Back in 2004 at Uni when I started getting into digital art I was finding it progressively harder to save work. Floppy discs were way too small, saving to email worked on a few occasions so I mostly burned work onto CDs but this was slow and expensive on a student budget at $2 for every CD. I was considering buying a zip disk as you could fit about 20 MB on them, probably just enough for an average artwork. Some people were starting to get these 'Jump Drives' but they were kind of expensive. It was becoming increasingly a pressing issue for me to transport file to the printer. I went to office works and bought the most expensive one my student budget would allow. I got a red Lexar 'Jump Drive' that could fit 128 MB on it for $40. For me this 128 MB was way more than I thought I would ever need or use, getting anything larger would just be ridiculous. This new little plastic and metal thing was so handy. The drive even had a little re

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