In high school, my ceramics teacher taught us that a single work of art is great, but you’re really in business if you can produce a series.  I’m not sure this is what he had in mind, but I think it still applies (he was a good teacher, in any case (Mr. Hunter).  Keeping that in mind, I consider this another milestone.

So with this post we’re starting to get some characters identified, which is a good beginning.  Once I’ve got a few more filled in, I’ll start populating the cast page.  I’ve made some general changes to the rest of the web site, trying to make it a little more clean but I’m still working on it.  Oddly enough, having a second comic will help to understand how the archive works a little better.  I’m still pretty new to all of this.  My biggest challenge is not going crazy checking boxes and enabling bells and whistles just because I can.  I’d much rather design the page myself but I know that how the page looks isn’t (shouldn’t be) my priority right now.

I’m still doing “making of” blog posts, after all, I’ve realized that doing them helps to keep me from falling (further) behind.  I’ve moved them to their own page now, which is the aptly named blog.  Now, if I can only keep from getting up in the middle of the night to see if this thing auto-posted like it’s supposed to.

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Doctor Dabrowski...or should I call you Doctor Ivan. It's so hard to keep up.
So what was the plan? Steal my research? Take credit for my work?
Don't flatter yourself Schrodinger. I'm shutting you down so I can get proper credit for my work.
You should really just accept that you're not good enough to get results first.
The only thing I accept is that I have more on my plate than simple research.
Funny you should mention plates, considering you're on the menu for one of my side projects.
Say hello to my...
...TV dinner?