02/20/17 Past Catching Up





Funny how much harder it is to blog about things here when I post the diary strip of most of the interesting things in my life here every Friday. but yeah. Things are well. I draw a lot. And last night had some lovely pancakes. Cheers! πŸ™‚

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  1. Yeah, that’s right, grin at your mischief Anesu. Millions of lives in the balance, endangered by your sticky fingers, oceans of blood ready to flow, but you’re tricky and clever so it’s okay to laugh about it because you’re just such a character, you lovable rascal. Sheesh, Nog’s got a knack for picking ’em.

  2. andreas

    Since war and crises are good for profiteering – if nothing else – then I am actually surprised that by now Nogg isn’t followed by a Caravanserai of galactic trading and extraction conglomerates wherever he goes, just in case.

    If played right, Veff has first and second mover advantage: he is the first to follow Nogg for business reasons. But he can wait and see what Nogg does (if he’s smart enough), and as they say, the second mouse gets the cheese. Plus the chance to get back at Nogg/Anesu.

    However, I have a hunch mouse-traps were not designed to handle Bikkie, nor does Veff exactly have a track record of playing it smart πŸ˜‰

    1. Peter Rogan

      I can only presume Nogg’s reputation for having dangerously unpredictable and opportunistic humans on board makes less-dangerous prime movers — like, say, Veff — more attractive. Not that Veff’s track record is investment-grade, mind.

  3. Herandar

    Gotta love how the first indication of Dmitri is him walking into the room, and not, “Captain, our long-range scanners are detecting a shuttlecraft.” It allows for such shenanigans.

  4. Muzhik

    This is why two of my daughters have moved outside of local commuting distance. The other one stays in the neighborhood because I successfully bribe her with fresh homemade bread and cookies.

  5. Jude

    Devyat’s facIL features don’t make it easy to show emotion but she certainly does have expressive arms! I remember how embarrassed I’d get at my mother calling me “angel” or “Julie” (not even my name) or worse of all, “mother”. Never could figure that one out and when I didn’t respond, she’d say “You’d know my voice. Who else was I calling?” I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t embarrass my sons. They told me I did pretty good, all things considered.

    I can’t leave comments at Drive so I want to tell you here how much I enjoy your guest strips there. Your artwork isn’t just great but you’ve also captured the characters’ personalities the way Dave developed them!

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