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by James L Sarandis

Crazy Month

Hey folks,

First let me just say thank you for reading, I am so happy to have you here sharing this labor of love with us. That said I have a bit of good news and bad news. (Spoiler: Don't worry Eye Hand Voice won't be disappearing or slowing down at all. We are as strong and healthy as ever.)

Ok so as the title says it's been a crazy month:

Our beautiful baby girl who just turned 13 months almost killed the desktop which contained all the pages of the webcomic. Luckily my wonderful wife managed to fix it and I now have all the pages safely stored on an external hard drive.

We've had plumbing issues in the form of pinhole leaks in our copper pipes due to acidic water, so all the piping in our house will need to be replaced.

Finally my father's second birthday since he passed away is coming up shortly and that's a wound that still hurts.

So what does that boil down to? Well Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and my replies on your comments might be a bit quiet for the next two weeks. That is also why I'm beind on the plans I made in the first blog post. Sorry about that.

Now onto the good news! Nick just finished page 4 in Chapter Two of Eye Hand Voice with these pages penciled, inked, and in the case of the title page colored  that means we will be sending them over to Adam for lettering shortly. We also had another small surprise my wife managed to scrounge up some extra funds that we can put towards page 5 soon and that page will have an extra surprise I'll be keeping close to the vest for at least a little longer.

Have a wonderful day!

James

 

by James L Sarandis

Happy Holidays!

Hey Folks,

I'm testing out the Overview setting and figured I'd take this opportunity to wish you a Merry whatever you celebrate and a Happy New Year! We have some plans for the new year like improving the character page, adding Project Wonderful, and hopefully putting up some blog posts semi regularly.

Thank you everyone who has subscribed and/or read the comic so far you are really making my Christmas bright.

Sincerely,

James L. Sarandis

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