Posted February 9, 2017 at 11:56 pm

HOW EXCITING.

 

Finally. A new page WOOOOOOOOOOOO

 

Also was announced that I will be at Tables M9-M11 at ECCC with a bunch of COOL FOLKS so I'll let u know exactly where when I know! BUt that little brick, I'll be there! ;) 

Posted January 18, 2017 at 03:32 am

[EDIT] THIS IS THE LAST PAGE GUYS OF THE NEW SCENE! Sorry it's not much to look at, but HOPEFULLY HAS AN UMPHHHHH in print (and in sequential). I'll let this stay the way over the weekend and then put them in their appropriate places in the archive (the archive will get a bit of a rehaul.) Thanks so much!!! 

 

HEYYYYY I apologize for any confusion, but I really did feel like this needed to end up on the site!!! These new pages are an example of the chunk of work I did for the Kickstarted Printed Version of Vol1 so hopefully that's exciting too! Tolerate me a little longer but at leas this is FINALLY NDE STORY CONTENT 

 

YAYYY

 

I've missed it, too.

 

Love you all

-Tess!

Posted January 3, 2017 at 08:27 pm

Hey everyone!! Today's an AWESOME time to tell you about something AWESOME! I was lucky enough to have Not Drunk Enough picked up by OniPress! This doesn't effect your pledge on the Kickstarter if you backed it in anyway! It simply makes another version available with an alternate cover, and this is the cover to it! What this does do is give me an opportunity to make some changes on it for the better with OniPress' help!

A while back I announced on the Kickstarter that I have been working with some editors to make some changes to Vol1 that I've been wanting to do as well as some new suggestions, and that has been with the WONDERFUL editors at OniPress! They've been amazing and helping me flesh it out and iron out some of the kinks, something I originally didn't have the luxury of doing based on the webcomic time schedule! (As well as a professional eye is always Oh So Helpful!) These changes will effect all copies in print, so the Kickstarter version, as well as the future OniPress varient! 

I'm really really hoping you guys enjoy the changes. I'm very excited about them! There's some changes that are minor, like adjusting Logan's facial hair so that it's consistent throughout the book and other consistency errors (like *cough* when randomly he has six fingers *coughcough*), other changes that are slightly more impactful (like cool character intros), added panels to lessen confusion, added dialogue to smooth out some transitions or scenes, and even an entirely new scene at the end of the book.

Again, I couldn' have done any of tihs without you guys, so thank you. I've worked with OniPress in the past with Buzz!, and I'm happy to be doing so again. Now that the new year is starting, I'm excited to show you guys a bunch of new stuff, get going on the second book again, and just honestly tackle this year with as much vigor as I've got! You guys are great, and I hope you've been treating yourself well this new year!!

Love you all!!
-Tess!

Posted December 27, 2016 at 04:38 am

I hope you all are taking care of yourselves and enjoying the end of the year!! LOVE YOU MUCH!!!! 

Posted December 22, 2016 at 04:31 pm

Wanted to let you guys know that I love you all and hope you are having a wonderful holiday season, no matter what you find yourself doing! Thanks for all your support throughout the year of 2016 and here's to a better 2017! For everyone! Hopefully!!

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LOVE YOU LOTS

-Tess

Posted December 15, 2016 at 10:41 pm

This picture is by the WONDERFUL Hamlet Machine! She does the wonderful webcomic (18+ NSFW) Starfighter!

You can see her other work here:

TUMBLR || TWITTER

 

Posted December 8, 2016 at 05:41 pm

Sarah Stone is my great amazing sister and friend and artist and you sould DEFINITELY CHECK HER STUFF OUT!

Her website is MONSTER BOYS AND ROBOTS!! <3 

Posted December 6, 2016 at 04:31 pm

Today's piece is by Stephanie Kao, who is a FANTASTIC friend and ARTIST! Please check her and her other work out!! 

ZETALLIS/STEPHANIE KAO ON ETSY || TWITTER || TUMBLR

Thank you!!

-Tess!

 

 

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I wanted to take a hot second to talk about some stuff, too! But I definitely didn't want to downplay how awesome Stephanie is so PLEASE make sure you check out her stuff. This here is gonna be a bit about what's been going on and some things in my brain. I realize that I've had this blog space here the whole time and I never really quite utilized it, soo.... HERE I GO!! 

Again, thank you for being so patient. Like, really. It causes me great anxiety to not be putting out new pages for NDE. It's my favorite thing to work on and everything I do is trying to make sure I keep doing it, and you guys have been so phenomenally supportive that you've made sure that I /can/. I don't want it to seem like your efforts and support is going to waste. It's not. I appreciate and love you all. 

The reality is that I'm learning a lot about my own limits in terms of work that I can do. For those of you that were ever curious what I do for a living, this is kind of it! I draw comics. I take freelance, I work on Not Drunk Enough, Is This What You Wanted, and Seen Nothing Yet (18+). The thing is I love doing all of this stuff SO much that I actually got really bad at telling when what I took was too much work. I think this is something that a lot of artists that I know and have met along the way also struggle with. I always think I've learned something after a huge deadline where I wreck my body and sleep schdule to finish something, and I always tell myself "I'll never do that again!" and three months later I'm somehow back.

SOOOO I guess what I'm TRYING TO SAY IS .... if you're finding yourself in the position like the one I'm talking about, make sure to take care of yourself. I've been lucky and having great friends and co-workers help me find out what I am capable of doing and what I'm not, and that it's okay to not be able to do it all. I don't have to keep working myself up into these exhaustion pits where the things I love have to slow down as I catch my breath. It's as cheesy as ever, but your body and brain are huge tools as artists (of any kind! writer/illustrator/singer/developer/programmer/etc)! Running them ragged really does us no good.

I'm cheering you all on, just as you guys cheer me on! SO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF I LOVE YOU ok that was a really long ramble gooodobyeeeee 

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